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Farmers and the Tunisian authorities set up long-term cooperation with Rostselmash
In Tunisia held a demonstration line of trailed and mounted equipment Rostselmash (included in the Association "Rosspetsmash"). Representatives of more than 100 farmers, decision-makers and the public highly appreciated the capabilities of machines and assemblies.
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The first batch of vehicles arrived in the Tunisian Republic in the late summer of the current year within the signed dealer contract. Among these cars - trailed forage harvester STERH 2000, mounted rotary mower STRIGE 2100, square baler TUKAN 1600, the treater of seeds PSM-25. They were the participants of the demonstration, which took place 100 km from the city of Tunis, the capital of the African Republic.

The event brought together local landowners, the public, representatives of the Ministry of agriculture. Under the flashes of cameras and the attention of hotel equipment of the Russian manufacturer has demonstrated its capabilities.

"Cooperation with such a powerful Russian agricultural machinery manufacturer Rostselmash like, a priority of the holding. In our country there is the need for good agricultural, as the agricultural industry is one of the main directions in the economy of the country," commented Munir Bean Soria, owner of the holding SIDIBS.

In turn, the authorities announced the intention to provide the necessary support to promote technology in the country.

"The farmers' Union of Tunisia is ready to support cooperation between the Russian manufacturer and the Tunisian companies. We will do our best to acquaint our farmers with the products of the company," said InAs Inkara, Vice-President of the farmers Union in Tunisia.

According to her, the authorities rely on long-term and efficient partnership with a leading player in the agricultural market of Russia.

Translated by service "Yandex.Translation"
Источники: Agro2b
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