According to multiple reports, AGCO manufacturing facilities in Marktoberdorf and Asbach-Bäumenheim, Germany, as well as the company's plant in Beauvais, France, have either restarted production or plan to next week following last week's ransomware attack.
Premium ag tire maker Apollo Vredestein is investing in manufacturing facilities as its factory in The Netherlands begins to specialize in high-value products for agricultural implement, materials handling and tractor applications.
Substantial investment in the Kuhn manufacturing facility in Brodhead, Wis., will improve internal workflow and processes, expand capacity and bring a new, dedicated powder and wet paint spraying facility to the site.
Tillage equipment and seeder manufacturer Great Plains is making its presence felt in Europe with a combination of implements suited to local conditions and trials designed to illustrate the benefits of the company’s vertical tillage and other crop establishment philosophies.
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In this episode, we take a preliminary look at Ag Equipment Intelligence’s 2023 Dealer Busienss Outlook & Trends Report. In the Technology Corner, Noah Newman takes a look Amvac’s SIMPAS System. Also in this episode, dealers find creative ways to fix and update customer equipment in the midst of supply chain slowdowns and Ben Thorpe shares an interview with 360 Yield Center’s Gregg Sauder on why dealers should be doing more with agronomy.