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Tractor importers and distributors have a healthy 2018 report card from the Tractor and Machinery Association (TAMA).
Sales of tractors and farm machinery hit a new record in 2018 and there are no signs of a slow down.
Sales of tractors are up 17% on this time last year and could set a record by year-end, says NZ Tractor and Machinery Association (TAMA) president John Tulloch.
The world's tractor market looked healthy in 2017, with 2.1 million sales – up about 13% on the 2016 total of 1.9 million units.
With regional field days right upon us, tractor importers and dealers should have a smile on their faces given the sales results just released for the 2017 year.
Farmers and contractors are still ready to spend on technology if it will save them money, says the New Zealand Tractor and Machinery Association (TAMA).
Kiwi farmers need to be cautious when purchasing farm machinery directly from overseas vendors, warns the Tractor and Machinery Association of New Zealand (TAMA).
The New Zealand tractor market remains affected by the depressed dairy economy: overall sales are down about 14% on the same period last year.
With tractor sales for the first half of 2015 down 17% on the same period in 2014, the Tractor and Machinery Association (TAMA) sees strong prospects for a recovery long term.
The Tractor and Machinery Association (TAMA) has a new president: Mark Hamilton-Manns, of John Deere, took the reins from the president of six years, Ian Massicks of Kubota NZ, after his six years in the role.