Kubota Corporation has announced that Kubota and the Indian tractor manufacturer Escorts Limited have reached an agreement under which Kubota will increase its shareholding in Escorts by means of subscription to third-party preferential primary share allotment and open offer bid.
A recent report from Zawya stated Mahindra will officially take control of its ag equipment distribution and operations in South Africa, after having operated in South Africa since 2019 via "regional resellers."
Tillage and seeding equipment manufacturer Bednar MFT has expanded its team in Canada with the appointment of an eastern region sales manager as the Czech company adds precision hoes and power harrows, and moves into new European markets.
Just under five months before the start of Agritechnica, Claas confirms its renewed attendance and announces initial details. The stand will move from Hall 13 to the EXPO Pavilions P32 to P35 and will feature a completely revamped trade show concept.
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In this episode, we dig into some of the results of survey Ag Equipment Intelligence conducted Nov. 15-17 on farmers year-end tax plans and dealers' forecasts for December revenues. Also in the episode: After 5 weeks the Deere-UAW strike has come to an end and Buhler, manufacturer of the Versatile and Farm King brands of equipment, reports its fourth quarter revenues dropped. In the Technology Corner, Michalea Paukner looks at the timeline of how autonomous ag equipment has progressed.