CNH INDUSTRIAL – A8000/A4000 sugarcane harvester series – 75 years sugar cane harvesting

CNH INDUSTRIAL, London / CNH Industrial Australia Pty Ltd, Sydney: 75 years sugar cane harvesting -1944 and the young men of Australia, Toft brothers take the famous words of Plato, “necessity is the mother of all invention”, to heart and invent the world’s first mechanized sugar cane harvester. And the rest, as they say, is history.
The affection Ken Schmidt, Product Performance Manager for Case IH, has for the machine he calls “the Tina Turner of sugar cane harvesters” is at once blindingly obvious and infectious. Ken positively delights in inviting his audience to ask him the question: what does an iconic piece of agricultural machinery from the 1980s possibly have in common with the legendary Queen of Rock? All is revealed in this latest episode of our Behind the Wheel series which traces the history of sugar cane harvesting from its very beginnings to the present day.The Case IH Austoft Cane Harvesters A8010 and A8810 Series – SETTING A NEW STANDARD. Sugar Cane Harvester Au00stoft 40.

2019 marks the 75th anniversary of the first Australian built mechanized sugar cane harvester. The Toft brother’s invention revolutionized the industry and improved the working conditions of the thousands of workers who previously carried out the back breaking work of cutting sugar cane by hand. By the 1970s, Toft Bros was one of the most significant manufacturers of cane harvesters in the world. In 1986 the company rebranded as Austoft, and in 1996 was acquired by Case IH, today a global agricultural machinery brand of CNH Industrial (NYSE: CNHI /MI: CNHI). The film includes some spectacular aerial footage of the latest Case IH Austoft machines at work in Brazil, where they are now manufactured, and from where they are exported across the globe. Model A8000: 365 HP(CV). … read more – agrartechnik-jobs.delmv-jobboerseManfred Lorenzen, Soest
Quelle: CNH INDUSTRIAL / CNH Industrial Australia Pty Ltd

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