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Agrale 6185 Tractor Specs PDF
Agrale 6185 Tractor Specs PDF
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Agrale 540 XT Tractor Specs PDF
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Agrale 5105 Tractor Specs PDF
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Agrale 4100 Tractor Operator's Manual PDF
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Agrale 575.4 Tractor Specs PDF
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Agrale 4300 Tractor Operator's Manual PDF
Agrale 4300 Tractor Operator's Manual PDF
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Agrale Tractors

History of Agrale Tractors & Trucks

AGRALE Tractor Operator's Manuals PDF with Electric Wiring Diagrams presented higher on the page.

 

Agrale is a 100% in-house Brazilian company that has been producing motorcycles, trucks, tractors and diesel engines for over 40 years.

 

Agrale was founded in 1962 as Indústria Gaúcha de Implementos Agrícolas S.A. or AGRISA for short.

 

The first products of the plant were two-wheeled minitractors.

 

The rapid development of the company begins in 1965, when the Francisco Stédile Group acquires a controlling interest in AGRISA and renames it AGRALE.

 

In 1975, production expanded with the opening of the most important plant, which is now known as Plant No. 1.

 

The first serial truck of the company in 1982 was the Agrale TX 1100 with a 2-cylinder Agrale M790 engine.

 

These were light trucks with a cab over the engine. Soon, the Agrale TX 1600 came to replace the TX 1100, which featured a 3-cylinder MWM229.3 engine.

 

Agrale TX 1200 model was also produced with a GM Opal 151 engine running on alcohol.

 

One of the features of the company is that initially the company was an enterprise with 100% national capital.

 

Today, however, the trend has changed slightly, helped by an emerging market and strong competition in the industry.

 

However, today the company includes four industrial enterprises.

 

Thanks to the basis - the nationalization of the enterprise, Brazil practically does not use a third-party resource to solve the issue of automobilization of public transport fleets.

 

Brazil, like most countries, has not been able to remain closed to foreign investment, and Agrale has not escaped relative changes and reforms.

 

Today, the company is part of the large Stedile-Francisco agro-industrial group, which includes the main automotive company Agrale and its mixed product subsidiaries.

 

Agrale Amazon and Agrale - a company that assembles transport units and units for agricultural machinery, as well as several other small companies and enterprises in the agricultural and food sectors.

 

Such a strong and productive tandem brought considerable dividends to the company and allowed it to further develop its volumes.