V.S.T Tillers Tractors Ltd (VTTL) was incorporated in the year 1967 in Bangalore, India. It was promoted by the V.S.T Group, a well known business house in South India, in technical collaboration and joint venture with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Mitsubishi Corporation, Japan for the manufacture of Power Tillers and Diesel Engines. The plant went into production in the year 1970.
In 1984, an additional technical and financial collaboration with Mitsubishi Agricultural Machinery Company Ltd, Japan for the manufacture of 18.5 HP, 4 wheel drive Tractor was entered into.
The manufacturing plant is located in Whitefield Industrial area near Bangalore. It has 75,000 Sq. mtrs. of land and a built up area of 15,000 Sq. mtrs (approx). The Manufacturing capacity of the company, presently is 25,000 Power Tillers, 32,000 Engines and 5000 Tractors. This capacity can be enhanced upto 30% within a period of 6 to 8 months.
VTTL has in-house Design and Development section for upgrading the level of technology in line with current requirements. It also upgrades existing products and develops new products demanded by market from time to time. VTTL has ISO-9001 certification for Quality Management System since January 1998. VTTL follows ISO 9001-2008 Quality System requirements to satisfy all customer needs.
The main products of the Company namely Power Tillers and Tractors are used in the agricultural sector all over the India. Power Tillers and Tractors are exported to whole of Africa. The Tractors are also exported to Middle East, Russia and Turkey. The component parts are exported to Europe, Korea and Thailand.
The Company has a nation-wide network of Dealers supported by Sales and Service. This is supported by supply of spare parts, provision of service tools and equipments, making available service information through technical literature, instruction manuals etc., and imparting training to Dealers’ personnel as well as end users namely the farmers, are some of the effective steps taken by the Company towards customer satisfaction.