At the exhibition held from 8 to 14 November in Hannover (Germany), ZAO "Agrotechmash" together with its representation in Germany – the company Agrotechmash Jsc. Zweigniederlassung Deutschland – has again surprised the visitors of the stand by its new developments. The fact that the tractors of such technical level and power can be made in Russia became a revelation to many visitors.
Since the first day of the exhibition so many people have been gathering around the new machine TERRION ATM 7360 to get acquainted with it, that a good picture of the tractor in all it's beauty not all of them managed to take and not at once. The machine presented at the Company's stand impressed not only by its dimensions, but also by the level of applied technologies. So, the tractor was equipped with the most up-to-date automatic transmission ZF (Germany) that was presented at the stand of the ZF Company itself as an exhibit. The engine of the Deutz Company meeting the Standards Euro 3, which was used in the new tractor, was presented at the stand of ZAO "Agrotechmash" as a separate exhibit. Here the opportunity was offered to get acquainted from the cab equipped with joystick and multifunctional display with a new control system and a system managing operation of tractor's different units, aggregates, implements. Naturally, before the series production, this tractor should undergo to heavy and comprehensive field tests in Russia and Germany to pass the certification, but the aim has been set, and there is not far off the day when the serial machines with a power of 360 and 400 h.p. will leave the gates of Tambov plant for country fields.
Besides that, the tractors АТМ 3180, АТМ 4200 meeting the standards of Euro 2, as well as АТМ 4180 and АТМ 5280 meeting the standards of Euro 3 were presented at the stand that means on the European market too. It should be mentioned that during the exhibition, the contracts were concluded for some machines shipment to the European Community. The work on dealer and service network creation also was conducted during the exhibition.