MACHINERY

Tractor sales dip in December ends generally solid year

DECEMBER saw further declines for tractor sales across Australia with around 1100 units sold which is a 35 per cent fall compared to December 2022.

Staff writer
 About 14,500 tractors were sold in Australia last year. Photo: Mark Saunders.

About 14,500 tractors were sold in Australia last year. Photo: Mark Saunders.

Tractor and Machinery Association (TMA) sales figures released this week also show the December 2023 year-to-date figure to be 14,500 sales, down 25 per cent on 2022. The TMA says the picture is a little...

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