In the past few years, Indian farmers have started to change their conventional farming methods in favor of mechanization in the farming process. This trend has delivered a massive boost for India's agricultural machinery manufacturers to develop innovative lines of equipment. Established in 1972, Swastik Rotors and Agro Implements is a leading player in the sector that has been manufacturing unconventional farming implements that suits all the modern farming needs at very cost-efficient rates.
For decades, the company has been promoting the philosophy of research and training on sustainable development of agricultural productivity, cost reduction in farming, and farm mechanization by disseminating innovative tools to the country's food producers through integrated extensions activities.
At present, Swastik Rotors manufactures 72 different types of agricultural machinery, among which some of them have been introduced for the first time in India, which includes the mini tractor driven Reverse/forward rotavator, mini tractor driven Ratoon manager cum sugarcane
scrubber, mini tractor driven Post hole digger, and the fully automatic ss304 Fertilizer cum seed drill machine, to name a few. All the machinery manufactured at Swastik Rotors are designed to decrease the labor, as well as the capital expenditure of the farmers by 50 percent. As a result, the equipment gives a significant boost to productivity levels as well. And, this is how the company is creating a massive impact in the Indian farming segment.
Swastik Rotor's founder Abhay Doshi is a Maharashtrian who has experienced all kinds of climatic conditions and adversities of farmers in his lifespan. Through Swastik Rotors, he envisions solving as many problems as possible that the farmers face by manufacturing machinery that aligns with the changed perspective of modern-day farming. "We should adapt as per the changing trends. Therefore, instead of using the same inherited implements, we thought to create new implements with innovative ideas which will make the work quicker and easier for the producer", says Abhay Doshi.
Swastik Rotors manufactures 72 different types of agricultural machinery, among which some of them have been introduced for the first time in India
With the desire to upgrade the Indian farming practices from traditional methods to sustainable mechanized techniques, Swastik Rotor has successfully completed government tenders for many state governments, including Punjab, Andhra Pradesh, and Tamil Nadu, wherein agriculture implements have been offered to the farmers via government subsidies. Today, Swastik Rotor is a proud supplier of India's biggest mini tracer mfg. Corporation VST Tillers & Tractors. Very recently, Swastik Rotors also secured a tie-up agreement with TVS Finance and four other financial companies to get poor farmers easy financial solutions on mechanized equipment.
For the upcoming five years, the company is looking forward to securing tie-ups with all leading tractor manufacturing companies in India and expanding its presence in African countries. "We are also planning to register patents for our six new unconventional agricultural implements which has the potential to divert all previous conventional implements," reveals Abhay Doshi.