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Mitsubishi Agricultural Machinery Co., Ltd.
Predecessor Mitsubishi Machinery Co., Ltd.
Satoh Agricultural Machinery Mfg. Co., Ltd.
Founded February 1980
Headquarters Higashiizumo, Shimane, Japan
Products agriculture machinery tractor, Combine harvesters
Parent Mitsubishi Group
Mahindra & Mahindra
Website http://www.mam.co.jp/

Mitsubishi Agricultural Machinery Co., Ltd. (MAM) is headquartered in Higashiizumo, Shimane, Japan, a part of the Mitsubishi Group. the division was established in February 1980 from the merger of the Mitsubishi Machinery Co., Ltd. and the Satoh Agricultural Machinery Mfg. Co., Ltd. Satoh was founded in June 1914.

Mitsubishi MT3500 with loader IMG 4700

A Mitsubishi MT3500 fitted with LA500R front loader

Mitsubishi MT 2000 - IMG 4701

A Mitsubishi MT2000 fitted with rear linkage mounted mower and grassland tyres

Mitsubishi MT200 IMG 4699

A Mitsubishi MT200 4-wd fitted with a Hedge/verge cutter arm

Mitsubishi MT1800 - IMG 4702

A 4-wd Mitsubishi MT1800 fitted with a rotavator unit.



Mitsubishi manufactures tractors, combines and paddy field equipment for sale world wide. Mitsubishi tractors were sold in the USA for a short period, as were Satoh tractors. Current distribution is done under the Mahindra brand by the respective companies in some markets. Some Grey market tractors are sold currently in the US. They were distributed in the USA under the Cub Cadet and previously International Harvester brand for a period. They are now being imported into the UK and sold under the Mitsubishi brand. Some were sold in Japan under the Kumiai, Suzue and Zen-Noh brands, all farmer's co-ops.

Mitsubishi has partnerships/licensing with LS Tractors of South Korea, a division of LS Cable, formerly LG Cable (LG Tractors) and VST Tillers of India, which is 3% owned by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. Shenniu of China has also built tractors that look identical to Mitsubishi's, so they may be licensed, or just copied. Mitsubishi equipment is distributed throughout Europe, Asia, Australia and North America.

The company began to transform itself in 2013 when it began Adapting the ASUMA brand name (Agri SUpport MAchinery by Mitsubishi). In 2015, MAM sold 33.33% of the company to the Indian company Mahindra & Mahindra, to whom they had been supplying tractors for the USA market.

DistributionEdit

The authorized Mitsubishi & Satoh Agricultural Machinery parts distributors;

  • For the US is Allegheny Lawn and Golf.
  • In the UK, Mitsubishi Colt is the main agent.

Tractor ModelsEdit







Models built for other manufacturersEdit

A number of tractors have been built for other manufacturers and sold by them under their own badge, including Case IH, Cub Cadet, International Harvester, Kumiai, Mahindra Tractors, Renault Agricultural and Suzue.

See List of tractors built by Mitsubishi for other companies

Combine HarvestersEdit


See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • Wikipedia for base article

External linksEdit

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