Some of the top agricultural machinery brands already announced they would not participate in any ag fair throughout 2021 in Brazil. John Deere stated that this year the company will combine the virtual and real channels of contact with customers, but would not be in any of such events.
John Deere announced in January that it will expand its factory located in Montenegro, Rio Grande do Sul, in Brazil. The facility, which opened in 2008, employs nearly 1,000 people and makes 43 tractor models.
According to a report from AgriLand, Deere has extended its pause on attending trade shows and will not present at Agritechnica 2021, which is set to take place in Hanover, Germany, from Nov. 14-20, 2021.
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The latest episode of On the Record is now available! In this week’s episode we take a look at the Chicago Federal Reserve Bank’s fourth quarter survey, which suggests farm equipment loans could increase in 2021. In the Technology Corner, Jack Zemlicka discusses opportunities with early order programs in the midst of ongoing shortages and delays in parts availability. Also in this episode, a closer look at Deere and Kubota’s latest earnings releases and Fendt gains market share in Europe.