Items Tagged with 'Western Equipment Dealers Assn.'

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Dealers and Farmers Confront Risks of Equipment Chipping (Tuning)

More and more farm equipment in Canada is coming in for service or trade that’s had its software tuned or emissions systems removed by a third party with the intention of boosting performance. In this special Canadian Equipment Dealer report, we asked dealers to offer their perspective on this issue.
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Dealer Financials

Dealer Financials Improving, But More Work Needed

While dealers’ bottom lines are looking better, they must improve overall operations if they hope to enhance their profits in the years ahead.
Based on the results of the Western Equipment Dealers Assn.’s 2018 Cost of Doing Business Study, North American farm equipment dealers are making progress in improving a number of metrics typically used to measure their financial performance.
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Used Equipment Remarketing Roadmaps

[Podcast] Is an End to Equipment Leasing Coming?

Casey Seymour of 21st Century Equipment and Moving Iron LLC speaks with Trent Hummel who was turning used equipment double digits at a Case IH and New Holland dealerships before selling to Rocky Mountain.
Casey Seymour of 21st Century Equipment and Moving Iron LLC speaks with Trent Hummel who was turning used equipment double digits at a Case IH and New Holland dealerships before selling to Rocky Mountain.
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An In-depth Review of the 2017 Cost of Doing Business Study [Webinar]

Equipment Dealer Consulting, LLC, the certified public accounting firm affiliated with Western Equipment Dealers Assn. (WEDA), released the 2017 Cost of Doing Business Study. In this webinar, Bob Charbonneau, CPA, CVA and Gord Thompson review and analyze the findings from this report and what that could mean for your dealership in 2018. [To view any of our webinar replays, you must be logged in with a free user account.]
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Technology Corner

Connectivity Concerns Hinder Service Progress

GPS and guidance systems might be technology taken for granted in some precision farming circles, given they were some of the earliest innovations adopted on farms. But the success of these systems is still rooted in signal reliability. Acquiring and maintaining a connection can be a challenge, even as cellular networks have become increasingly reliable.
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On The Record

Are Electric Ag Vehicles Far Off?

In today’s newscast we report on work being done on the creation of remote electrical motors to drive implements, the Western Equipment Dealers Assn.’s solution for protecting farm data, and what Wisconsin’s new Implements of Husbandry law means for dealers both in Wisconsin and other states.
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