Luoyang Sida Agricultural Machinery Co., Ltd. (“Sida” for short), founded in 1993, is engaged in research, development, production and operation of the agricultural machinery. Sida has first-class professionals, advanced manufacturing technology and complete detection means. Self-developed agricultural machinery has obtained many national patents and independent import and export rights. Main products include feed grinder, silage cutter, straw kneading machine, hay mower, cotton stalk cutter, mixer, silage harvester, etc., with 8 kinds and more than 40 varieties. Sida Agricultural Machinery has set more than 200 sales outlets in more than 30 provinces, cities and municipalities. Our products are exported to New Zealand, South Africa, Pakistan, Southeast Asia, etc., and win a good reputation.
Sida is a vice chairman unit of Stockbreeding and Feed Processing Machinery Branch, China Association of Agricultural Machinery Manufacturers (CAAMM). Sida has passed the certification of ISO9001 International Management Quality System in 2004, and has been honored with many titles: “Henan Starred Quality Enterprise”, “Henan Famous Brand”, “Quality Assured Brand”, “Henan Farmer-satisfied Excellent Products” and “Henan High-quality Product”. SIDA Silage Cutter has ranked top in national spot checks by General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ), and has been listed into Chinese Government Procurement Main Suppliers Directory and Government Subsidy Directory by Ministry of Agriculture of the People’s Republic of China. SIDA Cotton Stalk Cutter has become a first choice in China straw power generation industry.
In the tenet of “All for Customers” and the objective of “Produce Competitive Products, Make Achievements of the Times”, Sida can provide high-quality products and satisfactory service for domestic and foreign customers.
Main products: ensiling harvesters, chaff cutters, grass mowers, straw rub silk machines, feed grinders, feed mixing machines and grain threshers which fall into seven classes and are divided into over forty varieties.