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New Holland TC21D

A Modern compact garden tractor from New Holland with 2 Iseki models behind

Iseki & Co., Ltd.
Headquarters Tokyo, Japan
Products agriculture machinery tractor
Website http://www.iseki.co.jp/

Iseki & Co., Ltd., based in Tokyo, Japan, manufactures a variety of machinery, components, and engines.

HistoryEdit

It was founded in 1978 as Iseki Farm Implement Trading Co. in Matsuyama, Ehime, Japan. It was incorporated in 1990 as Iseki & Co.

They began building tractors in 1991, and its tractors have been sold worldwide under various brands: AGCO, Bolens, Challenger, Massey Ferguson and White. Early Tong Yang or TYM tractors used licensed Iseki designs. Some models sold in Japan have been built by Landini of Italy and by Massey Ferguson in France.

Early Iseki tractors were built by, or based on, Porsche designs.

Model rangeEdit

Iseki TH4290 at Bakewell 08 - P8070434

Iseki TH 4290 at Bakewell Show 2008

Tractors produced for japanese marketEdit


TA207    20 hp    2002- 2009 TA210    21 hp    2002- 2009 TA217    21 hp    2002- 2009 TA227    22 hp    2002- 2009 TA230    23 hp    2002- 2009 TA235    23 hp    2002- 2009 TA247    24 hp    2002- 2009 TA250    25 hp    2002- 2009 TA255    25 hp    2002- 2009 TA262    26 hp    2002- 2009 TA263    26 hp    2002- 2009 TA267    26 hp    2002- 2009 TA270    27 hp    2002- 2009 TA275    27 hp    2002- 2009 TA325    32 hp    2004- 2008 TL1900    19 hp    2000 - 2010 TL1901    19 hp    2000 - 2010 TL2100    21 hp    1999 - 2009 TL2101    21 hp    1999 - 2009 TL2300    23 hp    1999 - 2009 TL2301    23 hp    1999 - 2009 TL2500    25 hp    1999 - 2009 TL2501    25 hp    1999 - 2009 TL2700    27 hp    1999 - 2009 TL2701    27 hp    1999 - 2009 TL2701    31 hp    unknown TL2901    29 hp    1999 - 2005 TL3200    32 hp    1990 - 2005 TL3201    32 hp    2000 - 2005 TL3700    37 hp    1999 - 2005 TM15    15 hp    1995 - 2005 TM16    16 hp    2006 - 2012 TM17    17 hp    1995 - 2012 TM18    18 hp    2006 - 2012 TM150    15 hp    2002 - 2005 TM165    16 hp    2013 - TM170    17 hp    2002 - 2005 TM185    18 hp    2013 - TM215    15 hp    1994 - 2004 TM217    17 hp    1994 - 2004 TM223    22 hp    1994 - 2004 TM3160    15 hp    2004 - 2014 TM3200    19 hp    2004 - 2010 TM3215    19 hp    2010 - TM3240    21 hp    2004 - 2010 TM3245    22 hp    2010 - TM3265    25 hp    2010 - TR63F    63 hp    unknown TR-1    unknown    unknown TS1610    16 hp    unknown TS1700    17 hp    unknown TS1910    19 hp    unknown TS2200    22 hp    unknown TS2202    22 hp    unknown TS2205    22 hp    unknown TS2210    22 hp    unknown TS2220    unknown    unknown TS2400    24 hp    unknown TS2500    25 hp    unknown TS2510    25 hp    unknown TS2800    28 hp    unknown TS2810    28 hp    unknown TS2810    unknown    unknown TS3110    31 hp    unknown TS3510    35 hp    unknown TS3910    39 hp    unknown TU120    12 hp    1998 - unknown TU217    21hp    2001 - 2005 TU217F   12 hp  2002 - 2008 TU318    18 hp    unknown TU320    20 hp    unknown TU324    24 hp    unknown TU1400    14 hp    2000 - 2007 TU1500    15 hp    2000 - 2007 TU1600    16 hp    2000 - 2007 TU1700    17 hp    2000 - 2007 TU1900    19 hp    2000 - 2007 TU2100F 21 hp    2000 - 2007 TX1000    11 hp    1990 - 1999 TX1210    12 hp    1990 - 1999 TX1300    15 hp    1990 - 1999 TX1410    14 hp    1990 - 1999 TX1500    17 hp    1990 - 1999






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Tractors built for other CompaniesEdit

Iseki has built tractors for various other companies: AGCO, Bolens, Challenger, Massey Ferguson, Suzue and White Farm Equipment.

Main article: List of tractors built by Iseki for other companies

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