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Morris Industries thrown a ‘possible’ lifeline

Morris Industries
Canada’s Rite Way Mfg is set to become the new owner of  fellow Canadian manufacturer Morris Industries from July 1st, 2020 if the Morris receiver stamps its approval on the deal. Not many would have expected that when Rite Way Mfg started out in 1972 with a rock picker they would one
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Steyr Konzept wins a 2020 MUSE Design Award

The Austrian Steyr brand has produced a tractor concept that has won the Platinum Award in the 2020 MUSE Design Awards Competition in the Concept Design category. The Steyr Konzept succeeded in a field of some 3,000 entrants. The MUSE Creative and MUSE Design Awards, established by th
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Less is more for new Toyota pallet jack

The humble pallet jack is getting a make-over with Toyota’s latest electric goods handlers. Not only that, but the lower spec LPE200B is cheaper than its predecessor. Toyota’s product manager, Michael Marks, said the LPE200B was an entry-level machine that would appeal to customers wh
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Finland leading the way with long-tailed pig production

Finnish long-tailed pigs
A focus on good animal husbandry has allowed a Finnish piglet producer to successfully manage a population of long-tailed pigs. Timo Heikkilä is Finland’s largest piglet producer and turned to raising long-tailed varieties in 2003. Despite the added challenges long-tailed animals pres
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Honda ATVs to stop Australian sales after 2021

Honda has advised that due to the new standard passed by the Australian government in October 2019, the company will no longer sell ATVs in Australia after 10 October 2021. Honda stated the reason behind their decision was because the standard represents a set of regulations that cann
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Power Equipment dedicated to performance

Irrigation Boom
Your power source is an essential component in the continued productivity of your business. Be it within agriculture, irrigation, construction or other commercial sectors. Power Equipment has thirty years of experience supplying diesel power sources to the Australian and New Zealand m
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Agriculture drags down Kubota results

Kubota’s reported first quarter results show an 8.6 per cent revenue decline on the same period last year to AU$6.3 billion. Domestically this drop was mainly attributed to decreased sales of farm equipment but on overseas markets sales of construction machinery, tractors and engines
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New or Used Cat power systems primed to buy now

EPSA Stewiedonn Warehouse
“Now could be as better time as ever to purchase a Cat power system, utilising one of the federal government’s schemes,” says Jason Martin, Segment Manager Electric Power Retail and Used Equipment at Energy Power Systems Australia. The Australian government has introduced a number of
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Titan tyres slow their roll

Titan tyres
With machinery sales taking a hit globally, it was inevitable that tyre sales would follow. Titan International has reported a 16.8 per cent drop in revenue for the first quarter. The company said orders on its books had been significantly rolled back but it was optimistic demand woul
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