"Chervona Zirka" was presented at the Bulgarian show "BATA AGRO"
This year the show has broken its own record with the number of participating companies and the number of visitors. At the "BATA AGRO” the company "Chervona Zirka" as Ukrainian agricultural machinery manufacturer was presented by two companies that are authorized dealers in the market of Bulgaria: cooperation "Kitka" and LTD "Agro Bull”.
Four pieces of equipment of "Chervona Zirka"s brand were presented at the booth of cooperation "Kitka" : planter of VESTA 6, planter-cultivator ALTAIR 4.2 -04, disc harrow Pallada 3200 and a grain seeder - ASTRA SW 3.6 A-03 with press wheels for which is a new one the Bulgarian market.
By turn the company "Agro Bull" presented 5 vehicles of production of PJSC "Chervona Zirka" to the Bulgarian farmers , among them : drill ASTRA SW 3.6 A-03 with press wheels, Cultivator KPS 8 for continuous tillage, disc harrow Pallada 3200, disc harrow Pallada 6000 and a planter -cultivator ALTAIR 5,6-04.
It is worth noting that all the presented technique of "Chervona zirka" aroused great interest of farmers in Bulgaria, but the most popular machines in this exhibition are a series of disc harrows and grain seeder PALLADA ASTRA SW 3.6 A-03. Last one recently appeared on the Bulgarian market, but given the optimal set of its characteristics, it has become a popular model. In particular, two companies-dealers sold grain drills straight from the show representing "Chervona Zirka" to "BATA AGRO".
Reference: At the 4th International Exhibition "BATA AGRO" over 190 exhibitors were attended. The total exhibition area reached 41,129 square meters (65% more than in 2012). The exhibition presented their products to companies from more than 10 countries, including Turkey, Greece, Romania, Italy, the Czech Republic, Poland, Ukraine and Spain.
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