Novelties at Golden Autumn
On 6-8 October, Patriot Park in Odintsovo greeted agricultural producers from all over Russia who gathered at Zolotaya Osen (Golden Autumn), one of the most prominent events of the domestic farming sector.
This year, the large-scale industry‑specific trade fair has premiered in Moscow while taking place for the 24th time in general. Hundreds of producers from different Russian regions participated in the event having showcased their products, modern agricultural machinery, innovative developments and cutting-edge technologies in the farming industry.
Among a dozen novelties, AgroCentre also presented its unique solutions for lucrative agribusiness to the guests. The dealership exhibited two new tractors of Asian origin – a 140-hp AGROAPOLLO CFJ 1404 and a 220-hp AGROAPOLLO CFJ 2204. AgroCentre started supplying machines from the Celestial Empire in early 2022 and over 50 tractors have been shipped since then.
AGROAPOLLO’s line-up comprises units ranging from 24 hp up to 260 hp. On the Russian market, this brand includes vehicles with a capacity from 60 hp up to 260 hp. The tractors are fitted with reliable time-proven Yuchai diesel engines, BOSCH Common Rail fuel system and their in-house manual transmission with reduction and reverse gears.
‘We are holding great expectations for these models on account of their high versatility which makes it possible to use them in tough conditions and for hauling purposes. The price for the new Changfa AGROAPOLLO tractors can contend with that of their Russian counterparts’, says Aleksey Grigoryev, Executive Director of AgroCentreZakharovo.
Yet another AgroCentre’s novelty was the FJDynamics navigation system – a new tool for smart farming which can be installed on a machine of any brand making field works convenient and optimising expenses. The highly precise Mobile RTK signal aids in achieving 2.5 cm accuracy, boosting performance and reducing the consumption of lubricants and plant protection agents. Besides, the RTK station comes as standard equipment without costly subscriptions and independent of foreign services. One such station can cover up to 20 machines at a time.
During the three days of the trade show, AgroCentre’s exposition was attended by a host of farmers. The company’s specialists consulted all guests answering their questions, introducing them to the offers and lease programmes on purchasing machinery, concluded contracts and preliminary agreements on supplying spare parts and agricultural vehicles.
By Viktor BARGOTIN