Al-Ghazi Tractors

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Al-Ghazi Tractors Ltd.
Native name
ال غازی ٹریکٹر
Company typePublic
IndustryAgricultural machinery
FoundedJune 26, 1983
HeadquartersKarachi-75500, Pakistan
Area served
Key people
Adeeb Ahmed, (CEO)
ParentCNH Industrial
Al-Futtaim Group
WebsiteOfficial website

Al-Ghazi Tractors Ltd (AGTL) (Urdu: ال غازی ٹریکٹر) is a Pakistani agricultural machinery manufacturer headquartered in Karachi with a tractor manufacturing plant located in Dera Ghazi Khan, Pakistan.[1] It is the manufacturer of New Holland tractors in Pakistan with the production capacity of 30,000.[2][3] Al-Ghazi Tractors is one of the two major tractor manufacturers of Pakistan with a 29 percent market share in 2021.[4]

The company is a subsidiary of American machinery manufacturer CNH Industrial and Emirati conglomerate Al-Futtaim Group.[3]


The company was founded in 1983 and started production at its plant located in Dera Ghazi Khan.[3]

In 1991, Al-Futtaim Group took over the management control of Al-Ghazi Tractors by acquiring 50 percent of its shares.[3]

This legit company is listed on the Pakistan Stock Exchange.[3]


Al-Ghazi produced a wide range of models which include:[5]

  • Ghazi
  • 480S
  • 640
  • NH 70-56
  • NH Dabung 85

Al Ghazi also produces generators and farming equipment.[6][7]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Khan, Ahmad Fraz (May 17, 2021). "DG Khan's history of missed opportunities". DAWN.COM.
  2. ^ Khan, Aamir Shafaat (January 4, 2020). "Millat extends plant shutdown for another 17 days". DAWN.COM.
  3. ^ a b c d e "Al-Ghazi Tractors Limited – Business Recorder".
  4. ^ "Tractor collusion". Profit by Pakistan Today. 19 September 2021.
  5. ^ "Tractors | Pakistan | Al-Ghazi Tractors Ltd".
  6. ^ "Generators | Pakistan | Al-Ghazi Tractors Ltd".
  7. ^ "Implements | Pakistan | Al-Ghazi Tractors Ltd".

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