Camso CTS Halftrack system makes Italian debut at Fieragricola

Camso team during Fieragricola
Camso team during Fieragricola

Camso showcased its latest agricultural product innovations at the 114th annual Fieragricola, which was taking place in Verona, Italy from January 29 to February 1.

Front and centre at the Camso display booth was the CTS Halftrack, a new conversion track system for 110-165 HP tractors. While converting these mid-size tractors to tracks had been financially restrictive in the past, the CTS Halftrack offers the first truly affordable alternative for agricultural producers seeking to minimize soil compaction while maximizing traction and productivity.

“We’re really pleased to be able to show farmers in Italy and surrounding countries how the CTS Halftrack will benefit them, both in the field and on the bottom line,” said Andrea Pavan, Aftermarket Sales Director EMEA – Agriculture, at Camso. “This is the industry’s first genuinely affordable, bolt-on halftrack solution, while its durability and ease of mounting and dismounting means they can maintain optimal productivity.”

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Fieragricola is one of the premiere agricultural trade shows in Italy, where manufacturers and other agricultural innovators highlight the latest developments in farm machinery, products and services. It’s where forward-looking farmers go to see what’s new.

It’s a natural fit for Camso, which has the broadest range of products for agriculture on the market. Visitors to the Camso booth (Stand 8 of Hall 6) had the opportunity to learn more about its products, and talk with experts to see which products would best meet their ever-evolving needs. Other products on display included Camso’s AG 2500 and AG 6500 rubber tracks.

“Our tracks and track systems ensure that farmers can get the most out of their equipment, providing the benefits only tracks can bring,” said Pavan. “And in the case of the CTS Halftrack, those benefits include road speeds and maneuverability similar to that of a wheeled tractor. It’s really the best of both worlds,” he concluded.

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