All Mahindra Tractors PDF Manuals

All Mahindra Tractors PDF Manuals

Mahindra & Mahindra Limited (M&M), the flagship company of the US$ 3 billion Mahindra Group, was set up in 1945 to make general-purpose utility vehicles for the Indian market. It soon branched out into manufacturing agricultural tractors and LCV and later expanded its operations from automobiles and tractors to other sectors. The company has recently started a new division, Mahindra Systems and Automotive Technologies (MSAT) in order to focus on developing components and to offer engineering services.

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Mahindra & Mahindra has two main operating divisions - Automotive division and Farm Equipment division.The company entered into collaboration with Willys Overland Corporation (now part of the Daimler Chrysler group) to import and assemble the Willys Jeep for the Indian market.Thereafter, in 1965 the company started producing LCV. It went on to develop its manufacturing technology to indigenously produce vehicles within a short time of signing the collaboration agreement with Willys.Today, the Automotive Division of M&M manufactures and markets MUV, LCV and three-wheelers.

In 2005, the company entered into a joint venture with Renault of France for the manufacture of a mid-sized sedan, Logan, a newly developed vehicle that meets all the European regulations for emissions and safety.The Logan is expected to be launched in the Indian market in 2007. M&M has also launched a joint venture with International Truck & Engine Corporation, one of the leading commercial vehicle producers in the USA, for manufacture of trucks and buses in India.

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The Farm Equipment division was established in 1963 in the form of a joint venture with International Harvester Inc., and Voltas Limited, and christened as the International Tractor Company of India (ITCI). In 1977, ITCI merged with M&M and became its Tractor Division.After M&M's organisational restructuring in 1994, this division was re-christened the Farm Equipment Sector Division.Today M&M is the largest manufacturer of tractors in India. It designs, develops, manufactures and markets tractors as well as implements which are used in conjunction with tractors.

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In addition to these two divisions, M&M has a defence system division.The Mahindra Defence System (MDS) was set up in mid 2000 with a view to providing a sharp focus to service the Defence sector.With the announcement by the Government regarding participation of private sector in defence, MDS intends to become a major defence equipment/ product manufacture and supplier. The company now plans to set up Mahindra Research Valley, a facility that will house the company's engineering research and product development wings under one roof. M&M's operations are also supported by its subsidiary Mahindra and Mahindra Financial Services Ltd, that finances around 40 per cent of the company's MUV sales and 20 per cent of the tractor sales.

The Automotive division of M&M has manufacturing plants at Mumbai, Nashik and Igatpuri in the state of Maharashtra, at Zaheerabad (Andhra Pradesh) and at Haridwar (Uttaranchal).The Farm Equipment division has two main tractor manufacturing plants located at Mumbai and Nagpur in Maharashtra and satellite plants located at Rudrapur (Uttarachal), Jaipur (Rajasthan) and Jiangling (China).

Financial analysis
Sales revenues have increased at a CAGR of 10.6 per cent between 1999 and 2005.This is a result of the continued growth in the automotive industry as well as a substantial recovery in the tractor industry. Export revenues have grown at an impressive CAGR of 18.6 per cent during this period as the company has ventured into new overseas markets. Profitability of the company has improved over the years due to a restructuring exercise that has resulted in optimal utilisation of capacities and improved cost competitiveness. The company has outsourced some of its non-core activities in addition to rightsizing business operations.

In 2004 the company raised US$ 100 million through the issuance of a five-year zero coupon foreign currency convertible bonds (FCCB) which has provided the company with substantial low cost funds to finance its expansion and product development plans.The debt-equity ratio remained low at 0.52 in 2005, thus giving the company financial flexibility for the future.

In 2006, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd successfully completed its US$ 200 million FCCB issue with broad geographical distribution of investors from Europe and Asia.The issue received overwhelming response and was oversubscribed.The proceeds are to be used for product development, modernisation, and expansion by internal growth as well as overseas acquisitions.

M&M's Automotive division exports its products to several countries in Africa,Asia, Europe and Latin America. M&M crossed a global milestone - for the first time the company launched a new vehicle overseas even before introducing it in the domestic market.The Scorpio Pik-Up saw a maiden unveiling in Johannesburg, South Africa in April 2006.The all new Scorpio was also launched globally at the same venue simultaneously, a month after its India launch.

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