KisanKraft, the Bengaluru-based agri machines maker for modest and medium-sized farmers, has bagged an order for 5,000 inter-cultivators from Nepal.
This is the to start with key export order for KisanKraft, which has started out production a selection of machines including inter-cultivators and water pumps at its newly commissioned plant in Nellore, Andhra Pradesh.
“We have been receiving high interest for our devices from a lot of SAARC countries and Africa. The export order from Nepal for 5,000 inter-cultivators is worth about ₹20 crore, and we be expecting to get additional export orders shortly,” stated Ankit Chitalia, CEO, KisanKraft Ltd.
KisanKraft sets up output plant in Nellore
“Our devices have been proven in difficult agricultural situations in India, and there is a huge similarity in plot sizes, spending potential, concentrate on usages amid farmers in these countries,” Chitalia stated.
KisanKraft programs to make additional machines
KisanKraft has an annual production potential of seventy five,000 inter-cultivators in Nellore. The business is expanding its facility to manufacture other machines these as brush cutters and reapers.
KisanKraft eyes SAARC, Africa for export of farm machines
“Our determination to offer high-top quality machinery to modest farmers at an affordable cost, has been recognised and rewarded by customers. India is in a robust placement to lower dependence on imports of farm machinery and also emerge as a production hub for exports,” stated Ravindra Agrawal, Chairman, KisanKraft Constrained.
The Nellore factory, geared up with most up-to-date CNC devices, presses and an ROHS compliant powder coating line with Zero Liquid Discharge and screening facilities, is created to cater to the huge demand for these goods in India and overseas, Agarwal stated.