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The Indian company TAFE bought the Serbian IMT tractor brand and is going to build a new plant in Eastern Europe.
The Serbian agricultural machinery plant IMT (Industrija Masina i Traktora) at one time produced tractors from 35 to 200 hp, and the production volume reached 40 thousand tractors per year.
However, after 2000, the plant reduced production, and in 2015 it was declared bankrupt.
According to preliminary information, the purchase cost 600 thousand euros, and the Indian company was the only contender for the IMT brand.
As a result, TAFE received the rights to use the IMT brand, all developments of the plant and its real estate.
However, the Indian manufacturer does not plan to use outdated plant equipment, but will build new production facilities and equip them with the latest technology.
The engines will also not be produced in Serbia.
The plan is to produce at least 5,000 tractors in the first five years, initially for the Serbian market, and then expand sales to Poland, Hungary, Romania and other Eastern European countries.
The first updated IMTs could appear on the Eastern European market in as little as 12 months.
By the way, the annual production of TAFE tractors exceeds 150 thousand units, and the machines are produced under various brands.