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The latest news about Bellota

Bellota Agrisolutions is a manufacturer of spare parts for agricultural machinery and it is distinguished all around the world for the quality of its harrow discs, coulters and plowshares for planters and seed drills, curved subsoilers for direct seeding, tillage pieces, tines and cultivator plowshares for cultivators. This section covers the latest news about Bellota, with features on the manufacturers of agricultural machinery that really appreciate the quality of Bellota products. Bellota supplies its products for tillage and planting to more than 300 manufacturers of agricultural machinery all over the world.

  1. 23 October 2017

    Bellota will invest more than 5 Million US$ in a new production factory, that includes a very highly automated 4 manufacturing lines to produce all types of tines, shanks, springs and other compression products, following the highest specs and requirements that the leading global OEMs all around the world will be requiring in the next decade. 

    Bellota Agrisolutions in Agritechnica 2017
  2. 12 June 2017

    Bellota Agrisolutions invests in a new production line at Bellota Brazil.

  3. 24 March 2017

    The month of January is expected to be an awesome month full of great desires and enthusiasm by all workers of Bellota (India). Once a year the enterprise celebrates the Bellota’s Day aiming to ameliorate the relationships between workers through different activities, not only related to their workplace, but also to their spare time.

    Indian workers playing cricket
  4. 8 March 2017

    Bellota came to the SIMA 2017 trade fair with a brand new image together with the other brands of the Agrisolutions group, where it highlighted the quality and its wide range of products together with its international standing.

    Bellota at SIMA 2017
  5. 18 November 2016

    Bellota will be attending the next Agro Tech Show in Chandigarth, India (19-22 November), one of biggest shows in India of agricultural implements. In this coming edition, more than 75,000 visitors are expected, from which 35,000 are farmers from all over India.

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