Canada East Equipment Dealers' Association – Organizational Purpose and Mission
• The purpose of Canada East Equipment Dealers' Association is to promote and enhance the general welfare of retail equipment dealers primarily in the Province of Ontario and Maritime Provinces.
• Our mission is to promote and enhance the general welfare of our dealer members by providing a timely source of industry information, representing dealer interests in government regulation and legislation, enhancing dealer and employee education, supporting equitable dealer/manufacturer relations and offering specific business-related services which enhance the success and profitability of dealer members.
Titan Machinery raises revenue forecast Reuters Share Titan Machinery's quarterly results beat analysts' expectations and the farm equipment retailer raised its revenue forecast for the fiscal year.
Titan said it expects revenue of between $2.0 billion and $2.15 billion for the year ending January 2013, above its prior forecast of $1.95 billion to $2.1 billion.More
John Deere DirectDrive sets benchmark for fuel efficiency Stackyard Share Following an extensive road test conducted by technical experts from the Schleswig Holstein Chamber of Agriculture in Germany on behalf of John Deere, the company's newly-designed DirectDrive transmission with double clutch technology has proved to be a highly fuel efficient and time saving alternative to existing continuously variable transmissions (CVTs).More
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Market for crawler dozers over 210 horsepower recovers Equipment World Share After feeling the brunt force of the economic downturn, two manufacturers of crawler dozers with 210 horsepower and up say the market is on the path to recovery. In fact, Jon Gilbeck, crawler dozer global product marketing manager for John Deere calls this market class 'very positive.'More
Cummins engines Tier 3 certified Mechanics Hub Share
Cummins has announced the availability of its US EPA Tier 3 certified QSK19 and QSK60 marine engines. Cummins Tier 3 solutions apply advanced combustion technology to reduce emissions in-cylinder without the need for after-treatment. Cummins Tier 3 marine product line will serve as the platform for future, more stringent emissions in the U.S. and elsewhere.More
Deutz 7 Series rides into battle to fight for new market share Farmers Guardian Share
THE 200-250hp bracket is a crowded market to enter, but Deutz-Fahr has made very few compromises with its new 7 series tractors. James Rickard puts the flagship Agrotron 7250 TTV through its paces in some challenging conditions. Agrotron 7250 TTV sits at the top of Deutz's new three-model 7 series. The smallest (7210) is a Stage 3b-compliant direct replacement for the old TTV 630, while the two largest models are completely new machines, taking Deutz-Fahr into a new market.More
Alberta livestock groups roll out 'livestock ER' trailers Grain News Share
Alberta's livestock organizations have rolled out a new fleet of livestock handling equipment trailers for use in emergency situations. The trailers are to be stationed in four 'key areas' of the province based on animal movement volumes and the groups' co-ordination plans, along with a 'roaming' unit for use province-wide.
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Agromek: Self-propelled slurry spreader Farmers Weekly Interactive Share
Muck spreading is big business in Denmark, so Agrometer's self-propelled slurry spreader was bound to draw the crowds. The pumping specialist's eye-catching SDS 7200 is now available in 36m working widths (24m and 30m can also be covered by folding in sections of the dribble bar). It is equipped with four distributors to keep a steady flow of slurry to the 45mm dribble hoses.
Winnipeg firms work on plant-based tractor parts Winnipeg Free Press Share Manitoba farmers may soon be able to grow their own tractors.
That's because Winnipeg tractor company Buhler Versatile is now working with the Composites Innovation Centre to develop exterior parts made from composite materials made with locally grown hemp and flax mixed with agave fibre. Paul Manaigre, director of engineering at Buhler Versatile, said the hope is the prototypes for four exterior parts will be completed by spring so they can be fitted on engineering models and tested in locales around the world for the following year.More