Camso introduced its newest conversion track systems (CTS) in a new tractor segment at this year’s Agritechnica show.
NEW Camso CTS Halftrack Inaugurated
It’s a development that means 110–165 HP tractors can convert to tracks at a cost that makes financial sense. Equipment will get better traction with less soil compaction, combined with the tighter turning performance and road speed of a wheeled tractor.
The New Camso CTS Halftrack allows farmers to extend their field-access window at any time of the year.
“Simple, quick mounting and dismounting with our bolt-on system means your tractor retains the versatility you need to accomplish every job on your farm throughout the year,’’ said Kris DeBoe, Product Line Manager Systems – Agriculture at Camso.
“Our objective is to continue being the farmer’s partner in soil protection and crop productivity. Our extensive product lineup provides farmers with an overall lower cost of ownership by minimizing maintenance time while ensuring maximum per-hectare crop productivity,” concluded DeBoe.
Camso and Michelin worked together to showcase the latest technologies in agricultural tyres, rubber tracks, track systems and wheels. This was the first time Camso and Michelin product brands shared an exhibitor space since the two industry leaders joined forces in 2018.
“We share the same values, culture, innovative capabilities and commitment to continuous improvement,” said Hugues Lajoie, Vice President and General Manager – Agriculture. “Camso is the global leader in tracks and undercarriage systems, while Michelin is the leader in pneumatic radial tyre technologies. By joining our strengths, we are creating wins for both farmers and farmland.”