SIETZ Technologies India, today commenced operations at its newly upgraded manufacturing plant at Prithla Industrial Area, near Faridabad in Haryana expanding its capacity to manufacture wider range of its farm implement portfolio under SOILTECH brand. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology, the plant is aimed to expand SOILTECH range of products from rotary tillers, disc harrows, disc ploughs and MB ploughs to new products such as super seeders, reversible ploughs, laser levellers and mulchers in the coming months. The new plant has advanced manufacturing assembly line all the way from fabrication to the final testing.
Speaking on the inauguration of the manufacturing plant, Kranti Deepak Sharma, CEO, SIETZ Technologies India said, “Farmers have started using advanced machines to increase quality and productivity of various crops like potato planters, rotavators, diggers, laser levellers among other equipments. We aim to increase our customers’ access to best-in-class agriculture implements and after-sales service. We are confident that our existing and new product range will help farmers to increase their crop productivity.”
SIETZ is also looking at expanding its operations across India from its current markets in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and other regions in North India. The organisation has a dedicated team to build their brand by providing quality and after sales, service support.
SIETZ initially began manufacturing agriculture implements on a small scale. Having received overwhelming response from the farmers over the years, the brand decided to enhance their production capability and capacity. SIETZ has been actively innovating to make implements which will be putting less load on tractors resulting in reduction of fuel consumption. All BOP used in manufacturing implements are from reputed OEM’s in India which gives much better implement life and gives an edge .
SIETZ plans to come up with a much wider range of products and best-in-class after-sale-services. SIETZ has set up a dynamic and prompt service team to be in constant touch with farmers. Additionally, SIETZ has introduced a service van facility for its customers and is also planning to automate service support with latest information technology.
SIETZ also aims to give their spare parts at competitive prices to serve and facilitate farmers.
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