Once again, Hayleys Agriculture asserts its dominance in the marketfor Four-Wheel tractors

Hayleys Agriculture’s continued dominance in tractor registrations for the second continuous month reinforces its reputation as the go-to choose for farmers seeking reliable and high-quality agricultural machinery solutions.

Solidifying its position as the preferred choice, Hayleys Agriculture retains its market dominance in 4-wheel tractor registrations for the months of April and May 2023, with the highest number of tractor sales and an impressive 44% market share, leading the industry.

Their success extends to the four-wheel-drive (4WD) tractor segment, where they capture a remarkable 69% share of sales intheindustry for the period of April and Mayfrom renowned brands Kubota and E-Kubota.

These outstanding figures highlight the unwavering preference of farmers for Hayleys Agriculture as their trusted supplier of tractors and agricultural machinery. The company’s reputation for delivering high-quality products, backed by a valuable partnership with Kubota Corporation, Japan, and reliable after-sales services, strengthens their position. Additionally, their commitment to sustainable agricultural practices adds to their appeal among farmers.

Through their collaboration with the Kubota Corporation, Hayleys Agriculture provides farmers with access to cutting-edge technology and premium machinery, including Paddy Combine Harvesters, Rice Transplanters, and more. This empowers local farmers to enhance productivity, efficiency, and drive positive economic impact in the country.

Hayleys Agriculture Holdings Limited, as the market leader, remains dedicated to modernizing the Sri Lankan agriculture sector through continuous innovation. With their introduction of advanced technologies, their goal is to enhance productivity and efficiency in the local agricultural landscape. With a strong market presence and a commitment to advancing the sector, Hayleys Agriculture plays a crucial role in shaping a prosperous and sustainable future for Sri Lankan farming.

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