New level of business

A brand new, ultra high-power Fendt 1000 Series tractor literally takes any business to a new level. This tractor can tackle any task and it is coming out into the Russian fields.

The first Fendt 1000 Series tractor in Russia has been acquired by fortunate AgroCentre’s customer - Rus Agricultural Firm managed by Vladimir Golikov. The long-term cooperation of the two companies started in 2004 when Vladimir Golikov bought the first Challenger tracked tractor. Later, the farm expanded and faced the necessity to buy self-propelled sprayers, Fendt tractors and trailed Vaderstad implements.

Today, the purchase of a Fendt 1000 Series tractor takes the farm owning 7,000 ha of arable land to an entire new level.

‘The tractor is equipped with larger 900-mm tyres, intelligent ballasting and a tyre pressure assistant’, says Vladimir Golikov. ‘It also features the unique 4-wheel drive that guarantees maximum pulling power along with outstanding manoeuvrability in any situation.’

One of the greatest Fendt 1000 Vario benefits is that the driver no longer has to bother himself with the best engine speed ranges. The Fendt 1000 Vario always runs in the maximum torque range for the lowest specific fuel consumption, which means that high power is already delivered at low engine speeds.

‘To purchase the tractor, I had to place a special pre-order and go to the factory in Marktoberdorf, Germany’, continues Vladimir Golikov. ‘I was cordially welcomed, given a tour of the production facilities, and after that I arrived at a definite conclusion that the Fendt 100 Vario was the right thing for my business.’

Other distinctive features of the model are fuel efficiency, excellent manoeuvrability and high payload. The newest software solutions and diversity of interfaces pave the way for connected services, which boost operational efficiency through fast data analysis and maintenance options while still working in the field.

‘We have high hopes for the new machine’, shares Vladimir Golikov. ‘We grow sugar beets, wheat, buckwheat and malting barley and are also engaged in dairy farming, so we will keep the tractor busy every minute.’