AGCO Corporation was among the very first companies globally to receive the newly introduced ‘Secure Supply Chain’ benchmark certificate. Source: AFDJ eNews The ‘Secure Supply Chain’ benchmark certificate was awarded by the Association Materials Management, Purchasing and Logistics (
CLAAS is selling its interest in the company CLAAS GUSS GmbH. The buyers, connected with Ergocast Guss GmbH, will take over all shares in the foundry business. Source: AFDJ eNews The parties have agreed confidentiality in respect to the contractual details. “We firmly believe that not
Global demand for agricultural equipment is forecast to expand 6.6% per annum through 2019 to over US $193 billion. Source: AFDJ eNews Advances at the global level will be largely driven by market growth in China and other industrializing nations, which will account for over two-third
Argentina, one of the world’s leading agricultural producers, wants to integrate its agricultural machinery manufacturing industry into the global value chains with China’s help. Source: Xinhuanet The Giorgi plant is one such manufacturer. Founded in 1958 by brothers Sant
Kubota Corporation has announced it will purchase US company Great Plains Manufacturing. Source: Farm Industry News Once final, according to the media announcement, the purchase will expand the company’s long-time partnership with Land Pride and will include all five Great Plain
Oz Value Ag Machinery is offering an affordable alternative in the land roller segment with their Flatout range. Source: The Land The Flatout land roller range is available in three roller types, a simple fixed roller in widths to four metres, Twist Rollers that swivel for easy
Eight well established rural supply stores, strategically positioned in key New Zealand North Island provincial locations are up for auction early next month and are being promoted as offering passive investors the chance to gain low-risk exposure to the agricultural sector. Source: T
Parklands has introduced a superstore concept for its range of power equipment product stores. Source: AFDJ eNews “It’s not a Superstore in the Ikea or Bunnings model,” Managing Director Ron Zacka said. “But we’ve tailored the Superstore concept, by improving on current industry pract
Hard and fast regulations about farm quad use are not useful, says a New Zealand safety expert. Source: Stuff.co.nz Farmers can challenge WorkSafe guidelines on quad use because it is not always “reasonable and practical” to wear a helmet or not carry a passenger, says a q
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