State road co. buys 80 John Deere tractors
Hungarian state road company Magyar Közút will aquire 80 new John Deere tractors at a cost of HUF 2.7bn, the company informed Hungarian news agency MTI yesterday.
Magyar Közút will obtain the tractors via a five-year leasing agreement from the KITE company located in Nádudvar. KITE distributes John Deere tractors in Hungary
Magyar Közút launched a development programme to update its machinery in 2012. It has renewed nearly half of its tractor fleet with last year's purchase of 24 high-capacity tractors and the current transaction.
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