Tim Burenga, vice president of sales for Worksaver, introduces the new Electric Sub-Compact Grapple during the National Farm Machinery Show. No auxiliary hydraulics are needed. All that's needed is a connection to the battery. It's engineered for sub-compact tractors up to 32 horsepower with a loader to handle debris and more.
Solectrac, a manufacturer of electric tractors based out of Santa Rosa, Calif., has been declared as “assets held for sale” by its parent company, Ideanomics. A global electric vehicle company, Ideanomics said in its second quarter earnings filed Aug. 4 that 4 of its subsidiaries, including Solectrac, had met the criteria to be classified as assets held for sale.