At the Konya Agriculture Fair held at the KTO-TÜYAP International Fair Center in central Turkey, TÜMOSAN unveiled its latest Common Rail tractor engine system with a stage 5 emission level. As a leading engine manufacturer in Turkey, TÜMOSAN aims to expand its presence in the European market with this innovative engine, which was developed after 2.5 years of intensive research and development.
The Konya Agriculture Fair provided an excellent platform for TÜMOSAN to showcase the engine's significant environmental benefits, including reduced carbon emissions, to potential customers and investors.
TÜMOSAN, a leading manufacturer of engines in Turkey, is looking to grow its presence in the European market by introducing its latest Common Rail tractor engine system with a stage 5 emission level.
The Konya Agriculture Fair, which was held at the KTO-TÜYAP International Fair Center in central Turkey, showcased the engine, which was developed after 2.5 years of intensive research and development. The engine's design offers significant environmental benefits by reducing carbon emissions.
Onur Koca, the marketing manager of TÜMOSAN, stated that there had been an increased demand for eco-friendly engines in Europe, particularly after the pandemic. Koca expressed his pride in creating a more sustainable system that addresses the environmental challenges posed by internal combustion engines.
The company's augmented reality engine has been under development for more than 2.5 years and has involved the work of over 100 engineers. Koca emphasized that the latest engine has an 88% national and local compliance rate.
In response to new European regulations, TÜMOSAN has shifted its focus to the Common Rail engine system with a stage 5 emission level, which offers improved environmental sustainability, cost efficiency, and power. Koca explained that innovative filter systems had been added to the engine to reduce carbon emissions further, making it an eco-friendly solution.
TÜMOSAN plans to expand its market share by exporting its new engine to 48 countries, up from 33 countries previously. The company is targeting rapid growth in central Europe, with a particular focus on France and Italy.