TYM Tractor Manuals PDF
TYM Tractor Manuals PDF
TYM Tractors History
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Equipped with original Mitsubishi, Perkins and Caterpillar diesel engines of the TYM tractor, they are fully adapted to local conditions. They are distinguished by the high-quality assembly, which is produced under the license of “TYM Tractors” (USA) in South Korea, a stylish design, reliability and unsurpassed ease of use.
The history of TYM Tractors concern (USA) – a manufacturer of agricultural machinery of world renown – began back in 1960 with the creation of a company called BOKUN Enterprise specializing in the manufacture of stainless steel products.
Exactly two years later, a controlling stake was bought out by the Japanese company Tong Yang Moolsan, the first letters of the name of which made up a well-known name to us – TYM Co.
The very first agricultural machines were produced in 1968 under the license and under the trademark of the Japanese company ISEKI. The demand for these tractors and mini tractors was high – the bet was made on excellent quality, which consumers appreciated.
For several years, tractors and mini tractors were manufactured under licenses from Japanese companies SAME and ISEKI. Deliveries of Japanese diesel engines ceased in 1983, but production did not stop, but received a new impetus — the special equipment now issued under its own brand was completed with more modern engines that were supplied by new partners of TYM Co.
Today, among the suppliers of engines for tractors and mini tractors are “John Deere”, “Kubota”, “Mitsubishi” and other world-famous manufacturers. However, not only the engines, but also all the tractor units and assemblies, without exception, are original.
This circumstance allows the concern to supply equipment under different brands to all countries of the world: “Zetor”, “TYM”, “Montana”, “Mahindra” and “Scorpion” – for the USA, and “FENDT”, “JCB”, “CASE” and “TYM” – for Western Europe.
On all products of the concern there is an inscription “QualiTYMatters” (“Quality in everything”), serving as a distinctive sign, which not only corresponds to the motto “TYM Co“, but also indicates the Japanese origin of the brand. In 2002, the United States became the main shareholder, and Robert Mullet took the leading position.
Today, TYM Co is a recognized leader among companies producing tractors and other agricultural machines: under the TYM brand, more than 15,000 units of special equipment and more than 10,000 tractors are manufactured by special orders from different countries.