The global agricultural harvester market reached a value of nearly US$ 28 Billion in 2019. Agricultural harvesters are employed by farmers to harvest grain crops. They perform three major tasks – reaping, threshing and winnowing. These harvesters are used to increase farm production in a short time and their utilization has proved to be better than conventional harvesting methods. Moreover, agricultural practices are steadily becoming dependent on machines and tools, such as harvesters, as they help to minimize farm drudgery, enhance productivity, lower crop production costs and significantly bring down harvest losses.
Several regions across the globe are experiencing a shortage of labor force which has led farmers to make a shift towards mechanization. In line with this, numerous governments are promoting the use of equipment to boost farm output. They are offering subsidies and necessary training to farmers which, in turn, is propelling the sales of these harvesters. Furthermore, vendors are consistently upgrading their equipment with telemetry and intelligent sensing technologies to enhance convenience and efficiency. Other new features such as GPS and navigation systems have also been incorporated in these harvesters to help in carrying out operations with more precision. Other factors driving the demand of harvesters include increasing food demand, rising rural incomes, increasing adoption of modern farming practices, etc. Looking forward, IMARC Group expects the market to exhibit a moderate growth during 2020-2025.
The report has also analysed the competitive landscape of the market with some of the key players being Deere & Company (John Deere), CNH Industrial, AGCO Corporation, CLAAS, Mahindra Tractor, Krone North America Inc., Yanmar Company Limited, Alois Pottinger Maschinenfabrik Ges.m.b.H., Dewulf , Foton Lovol International Heavy Industry, Lely Group, Ploeger Agro, Preet Agro Industries, SAME Deutz-Fahr, Sampo Rosenlew, etc.
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