Century farm tractors
Century, like several other companies, was a brand that sold Korean-made tractors of “Kukje Machinery Company” in the US market. These tractors imported from South Korea were offered under the Century branding, generating quick revenue for the company. The primary reason for Century's success was that Kukje Machinery Company had decades of experience in the field of tractor production. Resultantly its high-quality products were able to easily win the trust of Century customers. Between the years 2000 and 2006, the Century brand was operated by American Jawa. However, the company ceased operations when Kukje began selling its tractors to the US market under the Branson name. This was a significant setback for Century, which was never able to regain its lost momentum. As a result, American Jawa turned its back on Century, refocusing its efforts on TYM tractors. Customers of Century tractors, on the other hand, breathed a sigh of relief when Kukje and Branson offered spare parts for these tractors, ensuring that the machines continued to serve the local market even after the brand discontinued distribution. Century offered a total of 17 different tractor models to customers which included but were not limited to 2035, 2045 and 3040. The Century tractors ranged in power from 29 to 48 hp.