TYM tractor trends from the National Farm Machinery Show to keep your eye on
From February 15 to 18, a fleet of nine TYM tractors and eleven TYM attachments landed in Louisville, Kentucky for the National Farm Machinery Show (NFMS). Tractor enthusiasts from potential owners to TYM dealers flocked to the Kentucky Expo Center to discover the latest advancements in agricultural machinery and even experience the excitement of the annual tractor pull competition.
At this year’s National Farm Machinery Show, 20 TYM products, including tractors ranging from 20 to 130 horsepower, were on display. Among them were the perennial favorites, TYM 2515 and T25 tractors, as well as the highly versatile 5835 and T474 tractors. Additionally, this year’s show included a world premiere by high-tech heavy lifters like the new TYM T115 and T130.
TYM’s presence at the 2023 National Farm Machinery Show was also notable in that it was the first show attended by TYM’s newly integrated North American subsidiary. But that wasn’t the only noticeable change from previous years. Here are three takeaways from the 2023 National Farm Machinery Show to get you excited about the future of TYM tractors.
TYM is expanding its high-performance tractor line
If you stepped inside the TYM booth at the Kentucky Expo Center, you may have noticed some impressive new machinery: the T115 and T130 tractors. These high-performance TYM tractors entered this year’s trade show circuit in response to the demand for tractors with high horsepower and premium features in North America. The T115 and T130 tractors are high-end, telematics-enabled tractors boasting powerful performance and premium amenities. Scheduled to be released in 2023, these commanding utility tractors are anticipated to help increase productivity and resolve labor shortages in the face of an unstable global grain supply.
TYM’s subsidiaries are coming into their own
In an unprecedented but fitting move, a subsidiary of TYM had flown the nest. ROOT, a TYM subsidiary specializing in tractor attachments and machinery, participated independently in this year’s National Farming Machinery Show. On display at the inaugural ROOT booth, this year were 15 types of attachments from loaders and backhoes for tractors in the 20-130 horsepower range. Its debut at the 2023 NFMS marked the beginning of ROOT’s status as an independent brand, recognized and celebrated on its own.
TYM’s footprint and reach across North America is expanding
While one TYM team held down the fort at the National Farm Machinery Show in Kentucky, another one was concurrently participating in World AG Expo in Tulare, California, from February 14th to the 16th. With ambitious plans to rank among the top three agricultural brands in North America, TYM has been busy building new production facilities and planting a new office in Georgia while showcasing tractors across North America. While TYM has maintained an active presence in the North American market over the past two decades, these recent developments and expansions have brought a new level of brand experience for TYM dealers and customers in North America.
Want to find out more about TYM tractors, but not attending a trade show or visiting a dealership anytime soon? Visit TYM World Online on any device to experience our tractors in 3D and customize them with attachments and options to your liking. To discover more about TYM tractors at the 2023 National Farm Machinery Show, read the press release here.