Advanced engineering designs and functionalities of combine harvesters gather traction for farm mechanisation, and Asia-Pacific is a prominent player as the region has emerged as a lucrative regional market with vast unmet need, according to Transparency Market Research report
The opportunities have been growing rapidly, and have invited leading manufacturers to expand their distribution units. A few of the leading regional players in the Asia-Pacific are implementing market strategies to expand their geographical presence. This has opened room for new investment avenues for agricultural equipment manufacturers.
Prominent farm equipment manufacturers such as CLAAS and John Deere are offering products with state-of-the art technologies, such as advanced variable-speed motor mechanisms. The demand for complex farm machines with energy-efficient smart lift system is a key driver for new consumer propositions in the combine harvester market. Leading agriculture companies are keen on lowering the environmental impact of farm machinery.
This is set to offer incremental avenues for them in the near future. Moreover, innovators are equipping the new array of combine harvesters with cutting-edge monitoring and control systems. Some of other prominent players in the market are Farm Equipment Limited, Yanmar, HIND AGRO Industries, Kubota Agricultural Machinery, Sdf S.P.A, and Iseki & Co and Preet Group.
There is a need for combine harvesters that display low acoustic noise and prevents soil contamination. Furthermore, companies in the combine harvester market are fervently scurrying for new ideas to promote cost-effective farm mechanisation. New designs have increased the ergonomics.
Not just developed economies, developing regions of the world are also keenly pinning optimism on large farm machines to cater to varying climatic and soil conditions. Players in the combine harvester market have leaned on improving the features, advancing the engine capabilities such as torque, and transmission technologies. The product advancements have enabled farmers to use machinery for harvesting crops in range of field conditions. The application of combine harvesters is growing in swampy, uneven, and wet fields.
These technological advancements have focused on making the operation easy, augmenting the feeding capacity, and drive systems. Stridently, machinery with easy steering or manoeuvrability are gathering steam among users in the combine harvester market.