TAMA Scholarships awarded

April 2020 The TAMA Management Group awarded our inaugural scholarships recently as part of TAMA moves to attract, retain and reward skilled workers. The annual scholarships of $500 are available to tractor and machinery industry trainees studying towards a certificate or diploma. One scholarship was awarded to Alice Stanbra, a …

2020 News

21 December 2020 TAMA announces 2021 Scholarships  The Tractor & Machinery Association Inc (TAMA) is offering to industry trainees who are studying towards a certificate or diploma.   There are several $500 scholarships available to industry trainees who can demonstrate their commitment and potential contribution to the industry. Applications for …

2018 News

9 July 2018 Tractor sales up across all sectors Sales of tractors are up more than 25% on this time last year and all sectors are showing buoyancy, says new NZ Tractor and Machinery Association (TAMA) president, John Tulloch. TAMA year-to-date figures to the end of June showed a total …

2017 News

29 November 2017 Strong farm machinery sales herald strong 2018 Sales of tractors are strong and the farm machinery sector is employing more workers, demonstrating a positive outlook in the primary industry, says NZ Tractor and Machinery Association (TAMA) President, Roger Nehoff. Mr Nehoff said in the year to date …

2016 News

18 June 2016 Quarterly tractor sales buoyant despite dairy payout “New Zealand Tractor sales are relatively buoyant, despite the current dairy payout,” says NZ Tractor and Machinery Association President, Mark Hamilton-Manns. The second quarter results of New Zealand tractor sales, compiled by the NZ Tractor and Machinery Association, show tractor …

2015 News

30 November 2015 Tractor and Machinery Association urges caution when buying farm machinery directly from overseas Kiwi farmers need to be cautious when purchasing farm machinery directly from overseas vendors, warns the Tractor and Machinery Association of New Zealand (TAMA). TAMA President Mark Hamilton-Manns said the organisation was aware of …