Hyderabad: Agri equipment company KisanKraft has set up a 46-acre factory campus in Nellore and makes self-propelled intercultivators. Intercultivators are multi-utility equipment for weeding, soil turning, soil mulching, and have attachments for trenching, seeding, irrigating, and harvesting.
These items are primarily being imported from China currently and KisanKraft aims to locally manufacture them.
“KisanKraft has been focused on mechanisation of small farmers to help them increase their productivity and income. We have innovated to create equipment that is suited for the requirements of our small farmers. We have received 12 patents so far. At our Nellore facility, we have started making BIS-ISI-certified engines, water pumps, and intercultivators. We make a lot of components ourselves,” said KisanKraft Managing Director Ravindra Agrawal.
Small farmers need equipment that is simple, rugged, multi-use, affordable, and easy to service. The company has about 5,000 dealers across the country, said company CEO Ankit Chitalia.
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