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Industriaja Motora Rakovica (IMR)
Predecessor Zadrugar
Founded 1927
Headquarters Beograd, Serbia (formerly Yugoslavia)
Products agriculture machinery tractor

Industriaja Motora Rakovica (IMR) is a tractor manufacturer based in Beograd, Serbia, formerly Yugoslavia. Originally founded in 1927 as Zadrugar, they build tractors and engines. The engines are based on originally licensed Perkins engine models. Some of the tractors were based on Landini and Massey Ferguson models, originally licensed.

In 2009, IMR formed a partnership or joint venture with IMT, also of Serbia[1]. IMR owns a small portion of IMT. In 2011, IMR began sending CKD tractors to Ethiopia for assembly. They are also sold in Egypt as EAMCO tractors.

In 2014, it was proposed that IMT and IMR merge in order to survive, but nothing has come from it. Both companies are managed by the same director.IMR was shut down in 2015 along with IMT.Currently TAFE is looking out to buy them.

Tractor ModelsEdit


Zadrugar TractorsEdit

Zadrugar Tractor Models
Model Year(s) Produced Horsepower Engine Type Misc Notes Photo
Zadrugar 50/1 Landini R5000
Zadrugar 5010
Zadrugar IMR-03 42 hp (31 kW) IMR (licensed Perkins)
Zadrugar T-08 1st tractor built in Yugoslavia Zadrugar T 08 b&w

Tractors built by IMR for other companiesEdit

Tractors built by IMR
Model Year(s) Produced Horsepower Engine Type Misc Notes Photo
EAMCO 761 Super 76 hp (57 kW) IMR IMR Rakovica 76 Super EAMCO 761 Super (Rakovica) - 2009

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