The UK agriculture sector is, despite the “uncertainty” stemming from Brexit, starting to recover from a downturn fostered by weak commodity prices – at least, if the machinery sector is anything to go by. Source: Agrimoney Carr’s Group, the feed-to-engineering group
Specialist crops such as wine and fruit or municipal work call for small, manoeuvrable tractors with powerful engines, which offer the driver a high level of comfort. Source: AFDJ eNews The new series of the CLAAS NEXOS narrow-width tractor meets all these requirements. As well as pow
The CLAAS Harvest Centre, Toowoomba has opened for business and is celebrating with on Thursday 17 November. Source: AFDJ eNews From 12 – 4pm on the centre located at 51 Carrington Road Torrington in Toowoomba will have a range of machinery experts on hand to answer questions an
The report from the Senate Inquiry into the Working Holiday Maker Reform package recommends the Coalition Government’s legislation to provide a 19% tax rate be passed to maintain Australia’s attractiveness to backpackers, and secure supplementary harvest labour for Australian farmers.
The intensity of concentration leaves Shayne Neal with a headache and a crick in his neck from constantly craning. But the pain is worth it, he says, to represent Australia at the World Ploughing Championships. Source: The Weekly Times Shayne, from Cape Otway, visited the UK in Septem
AGCO has announced a realignment of its regional structure, which will see an increase in its on-the-ground presence in Africa and a further expansion of the company’s significant operations on the Continent. Source: AFDJ eNews The new regional structure will build on the significant
Agribusiness Ruralco is expanding its insurance and retail operations as it seeks to turn around a 69% fall in full-year profit. Source: The Australian Ruralco is acquiring a 50% stake in insurer Ausure Consolidated Brokers and will merge it with assets of its Ruralco Insurance busine
Operators will be able to perform routine service checks without leaving the cab of JCB’s new wheeled loaders, according to Greg Sealey, JCB Construction Equipment Australia (CEA) National Product Manager for Wheel Loaders. Source: AFDJ eNews The in-cab service check ability is just o
Cranes and trailers sold off by bankrupt mining contractors are proving a boon for auction group GraysOnline as it sells less consumer goods and focuses on machinery and equipment, targeting international buyers in Asia and the Middle East. Source: Australia Financial Review “I
Production was paused at a JCB factory as the company said thanks to its workforce on winning one of the world’s most prestigious export awards. Source: AFDJ eNews JCB Compact Products in Cheadle won a Queen’s Award for International Trade for increasing exports by than 25% over three
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