KIOTI Tractor Introduces New Line of Industry-Leading Implements
Teaming up with Woods Equipment to offer more than 275 agriculture and landscaping products
KIOTI Tractor has announced the expansion of its current agriculture and landscaping implement offering to include more than 275 high-quality, competitively priced implements and accessories compatible with KIOTI’s tractor models.
KIOTI’s new implement line is comprised of 19 product families including rotary cutters up to 20 feet, finish mowers, rear blades and scrapers, gear-driven tillers, landscape rakes, post hole diggers, disc harrows and snow blowers. Available in a variety of duty classes ranging from low horsepower to extreme duty, the 19 new product families give users the power to tackle the toughest cutting, mowing, earthmoving and grounds keeping projects.
“This addition to KIOTI’s offering makes KIOTI dealerships the one-stop-shop for the best tractors and implements in the market,” says Peter Dong-Kyun Kim, president and CEO of Daedong-USA, Inc., KIOTI Tractor Division. “A single KIOTI product solution with short lead times and better retail financing options for both the tractors and the implements are benefits we know dealers and customers will take advantage of.”
KIOTI’s new implements are backed by Woods Equipment, a leader in the design and manufacturing of agricultural attachments and implements. KIOTI has worked closely with Woods to provide quality, performance-matched implements to KIOTI dealers and customers across the U.S. and Canada.
“Woods, with a reputation for innovation, craftsmanship and reliability, was a natural fit for us,” continues Kim. “The partnership aligns with our goals and growing needs to produce high-quality products and comprehensive solutions for our customers and dealers.
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