Tractor Industry

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Tractor and Mechanization Association

The Tractor and Mechanization Association (TMA) works to create and sustain an environment conducive to the growth of the tractor industry in India, partnering industry and government alike through advisory and consultative process

TMA is non-government, not-for-profit, tractor industry lead and managed organization, playing a proactive role in India´s agricultural environment. Founded over 25 years ago, it is India´s premier business association in Farm Mechanization. With its Headquarters in New Delhi, TMA serves as a reference point for Indian Tractor Industry.

Functions:

  • TMA provides a forum for dialogue within the industry and with the users /Government.
  • TMA strives to improve the environment in which its members work, through representations to and participation in the work of the government and other authorities
  • TMA assist its members to upgrade technology, quality, production, and interactions with organizations, institutions concerned –within the country and overseas.
  • TMA also maintains comprehensive data on production /sales trends, market share and demand forecast of tractors.

TMA has Various Committees to perform its Activities

A) TMA Managing Committee

The Managing Committee is the main committee of the TMA, it has the control over the affairs and the funds of the ASSOCIATION subject to the general supervision of the general body.

B) TMA Marketing Committee

The Marketing Committee is a standing committee that formulates and represents Tractor Industry´s policy concerns affecting Tractor market and sales directly or indirectly. It also undertakes various research studies to derive insights into Tractor and Agricultural implements market in India. The committee endeavors to meet every quarter to deliberate on key Tractor market related issues being faced by Tractor Manufacturers and plans activities, representations and meetings to reach an all-round solution.


C) TMA Technical Committee

The principle objective of TMA Technical Committee is to review, validate and recommend technical standards leading to the mutual benefit of the industry and consumers as a whole. These tasks are subject-focused in Technical Committee where industry experts, technical experts and specialists from all members organizations of TMA work closely together for the enhancement of methodologies adopted by the industry. The Technical Committee performs comparative studies and surveys in different research fields. They develop and enhance the TMA Industry Standards Handbooks and are responsible for setting the agenda for organisation of Symposia, Seminars and Workshops. The TMA Technical Committee regularly holds workshops which provide a platform for the exchange of information, experience and ideas.


D) TMA Finance Committee

The TMA Finance Committee coordinates Association budget needs. This committee evaluates fiscal impact of new projects, makes recommendations on the financing of projects and policies, prepares an annual budget for adoption, prepares quarterly and annual financial reports for the Association Board, and arranges for financial audits at the request of the Board of Directors. This committee is comprised of officers and representatives of the Tractor Manufacturers in India.

The TMA Finance Committee is the spearhead of the association for policy, taxation and subsidy recommendations within the industry including the Public Sector and the Government.


E) TMA Supply chain committee

The TMA Supply Chain Committee examines the process of planning, implementing and controlling the supply chain for the industry. The committee discusses logistics at the strategic, tactical, and operational levels of activities. Supply Chain Committee addresses all the issues affecting the industry, including support and maintenance at the user level The Supply Chain Committee offers members the opportunity to engage in focused, high-level strategic discussions about the industry providing a unique opportunity for the members you to learn from peers and leverage the best practices available in the industry. This also creates avenues for engaging the OEMs to work within the industry and improve quality and availability of spares and parts.