Agrinar SA
Predecessor Massey Ferguson Argentina
Founded 2002
Founder(s) Sergio Taselli
Headquarters Granadero Baigorria, Santa Fe, Argentina
Industry agriculture machinery tractor, combine harvester, forage harvester
Owner(s) Sergio Taselli
Parent Materfer
Divisions Marani

Agrinar SA is a tractor manufacturer located in the city of Granadero Baigorria, Santa Fe, Argentina. It was founded in 2002, utilizing former a Massey Ferguson factory and designs and with previous association with the Marani brand. A lawsuit from AGCO, Massey Ferguson's parent company, brought about design changes. It was founded by Sergio Taselli as a part of Materfer, which is a coach and railcar builder that traces its roots back to Fiat Concord in Argentina.[1]

The company also produces backhoe loaders and Skid-Steers under the Agrinar name, and combine harvesters under the Agrinar, Marani and Marani Agrinar names. The new design that came out in 2010 resembles the AGCO tractor design that came out around 2009.


Tractor ModelsEdit

Agrinar new lineup-2010

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