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New Holland gives TT55 tractor to Thailand Institution for Agricultural Training

New Holland, a global brand of agricultural machinery produced by CNH Industrial has donated a TT55 tractor to the King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL) endorsing higher education and Agricultural Engineering course offered by the Institute’s Faculty of Engineering.

KMITL, which was established in 1960, is presently one of the most recognized research and educational institutions in Thailand. The New Holland TT55 tractor will help in the training and preparation of around 100 students and engineers in the agriculture as well as industrial machinery sectors each year. It will also provide students with training materials and servicing support.

The TT55 tractor is competent of meeting a broad range of demands and offering great value to farmers. Simple, reliable and affordable, TT55 has proved to be perfect for small farms across Thailand. An exceptional feature that the tractor will be offering is the full range of PTO speeds to match every agricultural need. It also has an impressive lifting capacity of up to 2,000kg.

The tractor was handed over at the Faculty of Engineering at KMITL, in Bangkok. Emre Karazli, CNH Industrial business director, agriculture, South East Asia, Pakistan and Japan, on the occasion said, “In its constant efforts to contribute to society and support training and education, New Holland Agriculture donates this tractor to encourage the development of agricultural engineering personnel in Thailand".

Dr Komsan Maleesee, Associate Professor Dean of the Faculty of Engineering said, “We are happy to receive the support of CNH Industrial and New Holland, a global leader in agricultural equipment. Over the years we have established a successful collaboration between the Company and the Faculty, endorsing internship and hiring programs. In the future also we hope there would be more opportunities for collaboration with our students.”



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