India made Greaves Agri power tiller Bahubali launched

Greaves Cotton offers farm equipment for irrigation- soil preparation –planting -plant protection- harvesting -post harvest cycle. The Greaves Agri power tiller Bahubali is now launched.

Greaves Cotton reaffirm sits focus on the farm sector with to cater to the growing farm sector in India. The company has unveiled a new locally manufactured power tiller Bahubali. The Farm Equipment Division product caters to growing farm productivity in India. Greaves Agri looks to boost mechanization and reduce dependency on farm labour.

Power tiller Bahubali is fully locally designed and developed in India. Powered by a 14HP engine it offers heavy duty performance, best-in-class ploughing performance with higher tilling depth, improved fuel efficiency and a rugged body for long life. The company is strengthening its investments in R&D, plant and people.

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Nagesh Basavanhalli, MD & CEO, Greaves Cotton Limited said, “As part of our strategy, we have invested in building capability – people, facility & technology. This will help us strengthen our position in the Agri sector, as we cater a wide range of products & services to the farmers to help them right from ploughing to harvesting. With the Indian economy rapidly evolving, there is a need to make efficient use of farm machinery to improve land productivity.”

M.Mohanan, President-Farm Equipment Business, Greaves Cotton Limited commented, “We are pleased to announce the launch of ‘The Bahubali’, our first ever ‘Made in India’ power tiller. As a full range player in the farm equipment space, Greaves Agri continues to develop equipment to support the farmers in each step of the crop cycle. We will continue to build on the ‘Make for India’ vision and plan to introduce more superior quality, reliable products in the market.”

Greaves Agri prooduct portfolio caters to each stage of the crop cycle. Working in close association with farmers & FPO’s to create farm solutions that result in more yield per acre of farm, the company also hopes to address labour shortage in India through its solutions.