TYM farm tractors
TYM is the acronym for Tong Yang Moolsan which is a South Korean tractor manufacturer which was founded in 1951. It is pertinent to mention that in 2016 TYM acquired Branson which is another tractor manufacturer targeted at the North American market. In the initial years of its conception, TYM was a steel manufacturer and later entered the tractor production segment after more than a decade in 1977. The early manufacturing was based on the Japanese Iseki design which was extremely popular and played a decisive role in the success of TYM. TYM tractors have been sold under a variety of brand names, including Mahindra, Nibbi, and Same. By functioning optimally, the company has diversified over the years and now operates four divisions, one of which is tractor manufacturing. During its operation, TYM has offered a total of 66 different tractor models to its global clientele. These models ranged in power from 19 to 145 hp rendering them functional for a wide array of applications. Some of the recent models of TYM tractors include but are not limited to T 234, T 350 and T 194. TYM's emphasis on superior quality has been pivotal to its global success, and the company is still pursuing the same approach.