The company will ship equipment from the Case IH, New Holland and CASE Construction brands to support Uzbekistan’s agricultural sector, specifically its cotton production, the country’s principal cash crop.
A long-established agricultural equipment company in the Czech Republic that re-modelled its business toward contract manufacturing for OEMs is building a new plant in Russia to help its big-name customers exploit the machinery market there.
The impact of increasingly negative attitudes toward agrochemicals and more stringent machine regulations with a lack of commonality across markets has prompted Lemken to ditch production of conventional sprayers.
According to a report from Agroportral24h, at the 74th anniversary of the company's Minsk Tractor Plant, Minsk Tractor Works confirmed it had produced 40,000 tractors in 2019, with a goal of producing 60,000 in 2030.
EkoNiva has signed a 3-year agreement with Moscow-based Cognitive Pilot to distribute, install and provide technical and service support to customers buying the Cognitive Agro Pilot system across 35 regions.
According to a report from The Korea Times, Doosan Group has put up its share of Doosan Infracore for sale. This has been interpreted as a way for the group to maintain control of Doosan Bobcat amid financial trouble.
As the result of the suspension or cancellation of several agricultural fairs in Brazil due to the COVID-19 outbreak, New Holland is working with dealerships, like Lider Tratores of Rio Grande do Sul, to promote digital events to showcase their products.
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