The Ukrainian leader of the HARP bearing industry demonstrated innovative solutions for effective farming (Agritechnica 2017) to the world

The Ukrainian leader of the HARP bearing industry demonstrated innovative solutions for effective farming (Agritechnica 2017) to the world
24.11.2017

Exhibition

ТThe Ukrainian leader of the bearing industry, Kharkov Bearing Plant (HARP), demonstrated innovative solutions for effective farming to the world agro-industrial complex at the world’s largest exhibition Agritechnica 2017 which was held on November 12-18 in Hannover, Germany.

2900 exhibitors from 53 countries were at the exhibition. Ukraine was represented by 17 participants, in particular, HARP - the only national enterprise that presented innovative developments of the domestic bearing industry. 

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“The stand of HARP was visited by dealers and producers of agricultural machinery from more than 20 countries: Canada, United States of America, Spain, Italy, France, Serbia, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Poland, Bulgaria, Moldova and others. More than 120 companies are interested in cooperation with us,” says the head of the sales department Elena Slavina and she notes that following the results of the exhibition, the agreement on further building long-term partnerships with the main players in the world market in the agricultural machinery sectors were reached.

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“During the negotiations, the dealer agreements with the largest companies were signed which resulted in the expansion of the dealer network in countries such as Germany, Slovenia, Hungary, Romania, Poland, Bulgaria,” adds Elena Slavina.    

Compared with the previous participation of HARP in the world’s largest exhibition, the exposition of this year was marked by the number of exhibits presented as well as new innovative developments.

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HARP presented maintenance-free innovative solutions for the most extreme conditions of agricultural machinery operation - HARP AGRO bearings with the new X-SHIELD higher tightness sealing systems which feature even higher leak tightness and reliability. High tightness values and complete protection against dust, dirt, rough impurities of new varieties of HARP AGRO bearings is achieved through the use of polycomplex rubber seals in combination with a metal protective washer.

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“We were able to make sure at the exhibition that the problem in reliable maintenance-free solutions is facing every farmer and agricultural machinery manufacturer. HARP is able to meet the needs of farmers and agricultural machinery manufacturers by presenting the proven solutions to the world market - HARP AGRO bearings with new X-SHIELD higher tightness sealing systems that provide 100% protection in the most extreme operating conditions and are maintenance-free for the entire life cycle,” - says Elena Slavina.

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In addition to the new generation of HARP AGRO bearings with ultra-reliable protection, HARP has presented ready-made solutions for agricultural machinery such as maintenance-free HAPP AGRO UNIT bearing blocks, and UC bearing series (YAR equivalent), ES (YET), EX (YEL) and a line of bearing-based hull assemblies with the highest performance. The presented line is used in the soil-cultivating, sowing and harvesting machinery of the world’s leading manufacturers - Lemken, Horsch, Agrisem, Mashio Gaspargo, Great Plains, Einböck, Rabe, Quivogne, Vogel & Noot, Köckerling, Hatzenbichler, Sunflower 9000, Salford, John Deere, Class, Case, New Holland and many others.

“World companies were able to see the reliability and innovativeness of HARP solutions, which was able to earn great reputation for 70 years of successful presence on the market not only in Ukraine, but also abroad,” summarizes Natalya Akimenko, Marketing Director.
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