Articles Tagged with ''Alamo Group''

Alamo Posts Record Net Sales in 1Q19, But Ag Slips

Alamo Group's net sales for the first quarter of 2019 were $261.9 million compared to net sales of $238.1 million in the first quarter of 2018, an increase of 10%. Net income for the quarter was $15.3 million compared to net income of $14.6 million, an increase of 4.6% in net income.
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On the Record

Deere’s Leadership Changes Point to Youth Movement

In this week’s episode of On the Record we discuss a “youth movement” among Deere & Co.’s senior leadership. In the Technology Corner, Jack Zemlicka discusses broadband barriers to telematic transformation. Also in this episode: grower sentiment falls, but USDA’s Economic Research Service reports net farm income is forecast to increase 8.1% in 2019; Alamo Group’s 2018 hit $1 billion for the first time and Ag Growth International acquires IntelliFarms.
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Roundup of the Latest Quarterly Earnings

Ag equipment manufacturers and dealers have in recent weeks released their quarterly earnings. Sales for equipment manufacturers and/or their agricultural segments largely improved the last three months. Meanwhile, Canada’s largest dealership network announced it was opening a used equipment outlet in Kansas, marking the most recent step in its foray into the U.S. in accordance with its 5 year growth plan.
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On the Record

[Podcast] Major OEMs & AEM Lawsuit Put Brakes on Dealer Bill of Rights Law

In this podcast, we examine the lawsuit the Assn. of Equipment Manufacturers and the major OEMs have filed to stop the North Dakota “Dealer Bill of Rights” law from going into effect, Krone’s decision to cancel its plans to relocate its headquarters, the unique challenges of remarketing precision farming equipment and the latest earnings reports from Rocky Mountain Equipment and Alamo Group.
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On the Record

Major OEMs & AEM Lawsuit Put Brakes on Dealer Bill of Rights Law

In today’s newscast, we examine the lawsuit the Assn. of Equipment Manufacturers and the major OEMs have filed to stop the North Dakota “Dealer Bill of Rights” law from going into effect, Krone’s decision to cancel its plans to relocate its headquarters, the unique challenges of remarketing precision farming equipment and the latest earnings reports from Rocky Mountain Equipment and Alamo Group.
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On The Record

Two Sides to Every Story — The Right to Repair Argument

In the latest episode we look at the two sides of the debate over Nebraska's "Right to Repair" bill, the latest dealers on the move, an announcement from Precision Farming Dealer, and the latest earnings reports from Titan International, AGCO, Trimble and Alamo.
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