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CASE AUSTOFT SERIES A8000/A8800– Bringing Innovation in Sugarcane Harvesting to Cambodia

Door-to-door delivery of a Case harvester to the job site of one of PTS Group’s key customers in Kampong Spue.

Case IH is a global leader in the sugarcane-harvesting sector, with more than 50 years of experience in the business, and a recognized leader in the production and sales of equipment for mechanized sugarcane harvesting. 

PTS Group (Cambodia) Co, Ltd is the exclusive agent of Case harvesters in Cambodia. The company first began distribution of Case harvesters in 2012, and sales have increased annually since then.

PTS Group has skilled and knowledgeable staff to ensure that customers can operate Case harvesters at their maximum operating efficiency and with higher sugarcane yields. PTS Group also provides quality aftersales service for both maintenance and technical support, recognizing that it is crucial to be fast and attentive when customers are in need of assistance.  

Earlier this month, PTS Group delivered multiple units of Case sugarcane harvesters to sugarcane planting contractors in the Oral district of Kampong Spue province. December is an important month as it is the start of the sugarcane harvesting season. And with the cutting-edge technology of Case harvesters, this year’s yield will significantly improve on last year’s output. The growth forecast in 2015 is expected to be even greater.

PTS Group also provides other equipment for the sugarcane industry such as New Holland tractors and a full range of agricultural machinery including premium Thai brands such as NSK, one of the leaders in sugarcane tractor attachments. It also offers the latest in precision agriculture solutions, including the Trimble GPS system, which is well recognized in most developing countries.

In construction machinery, PTS Group also supplies world-renowned brands such as Kobelco excavators, Sakai rollers and Mitsubishi-Hidromek motor graders. 

A Case series A8800 harvesting a truck-load of sugarcane.

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