The French manufacturer Sopema has placed its trust in us for 2 large-scale projects. From the web to Farming Simulator, the well-known brand of beet growers, is back in the spotlight.
[EDIT OF MAY 27: it's the big day for the Sopema license. The pack is undergoing an update with the addition of 2 tools and of course a passage on consoles. Enjoy! ]
The first project was the complete overhaul of its website. The old one is no longer up to date, nor quite simply up to date in terms of the materials manufactured. Simulagri.fr undertook the modernization, for the 40 years of the company, of the site Sopema.com.
The second is the creation of the brand's flagship tool: the tool holder. Available in multiple configurations, Sopema has opted for the 4m rigid version. The tool is equipped with canadians and croskill discs in order to better prepare the soil for the cultivation of beets. The 3-point hitch at the rear allows it to directly accommodate seeding equipment. IRL we can add other soil preparation tools to it, but in Farming Simulator, it is useless, and the tool holder will have a cultivator role.
Finally, the range being very wide and varied, we have decided to offer you a "beetroot" pack and have added 4 additional tools: a push forward 4m rigid fitted with croskill discs, a croskillette in folding 4,40m, 2 cutlery shredder rollers of 3 and 10m.
All these beautiful people is visible on the manufacturer's website. The Farming Simulator pack will allow you to diversify your crop preparation as much as possible, by combining a front implement and a rear implement. No need for a high horsepower tractor. With less than 200 CV, you will be able to work in your plots.
The icing on the cake
Sopema is not a licensed brand. We have therefore taken the initiative so that the French manufacturer can also offer the pack on consoles. It's done. After a first PC only version, the console version is finally available on May 27th.