Technological revolution in agricultural sector of Pakistan

TPL Trakker, a wholly owned subsidiary of TPL Corp and Pakistan’s first IoT Company, has signed an agreement with the Department of Agricultural Engineering (DAE), Punjab for the facilitation of technological revolution in the agricultural sector.

Technological revolution in agricultural sector of PakistanTPL Trakker will provide tracking and monitoring services for heavy machinery and remote area coverage for DAE across the province enabling greater productivity and efficiency in the management of resources under this partnership.

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The agreement was signed by Head of Sales at TPL Trakker Talha H Dawood,  and Director General, Agriculture Engineering Field, Punjab Ghulam Siddique at the DAE Head Office, Lahore.

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The attendees also included Regional Head, Central Khurram Baig and Manager Corporate Sales, TPL Trakker Syed Miqdad Ali as well as Director Faisalabad Region Dr Zikar ur Rehman and Director, Lahore Region Shafiq Ur Rehman among several others.

The agricultural sector of Pakistan is in need of extensive technological upgrades that cater to the use of machinery as well as the monitoring of areas where farming and other similar activities take place.

Talha Dawood said while speaking on the occasion that “Agriculture forms the backbone of the country’s economy. With the current initiative, a wave of technological transformation is being induced in the sector and TPL is honored to be an exclusive partner of DAE in the process. I am confident that our state-of-the-art infrastructure and facilities, will help the country achieve its objective of creating a robust agricultural framework.”

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