Sonalika Group has set up a new high-tech facility at Amb in Himachal Pradesh with an investment of Rs. 200 crore to roll out advanced quality harvesters.
The new plant is spread across 29 acres and is designed with multi-stage CED (Cathode Electric Deposition) paint process often seen at car manufacturing facilities, said a press release.
Established with an investment of Rs. 18 crore, the CED paint process involves 14-stage treatment process that ensures rust-free and longer period of harvester’s performance, it said further.
Alongside, the company also launched ‘Sonalika Samrat’, an advanced harvester at Rs. 25.5 lakh. The self-propelled harvester is fully equipped with next-gen technologies that not just reduce the tedious labour tasks during the harvesting season but also remains economical, said the release.
The new combine harvester will maximise crop yield and avoid quality deterioration as well as minimise any crop losses, it added.
Mr. Raman Mittal, Executive Director, Sonalika Group said, “Our new plant at Amb, HP has been installed with world class technologies to manufacture high-tech harvesters that significantly increase farmer’s productivity.”
On the latest launch, Mr Mittal said, “Sonalika Samrat combine harvester has been designed to maximise farmer efficiency during harvesting. It is fully equipped with next-gen technologies and boasts of modern comfort along with styling for customer’s delight.”