Archive for December, 2010
That’s the message from Richard Markwell, MF’s Vice-President and Managing Director for Europe, Africa and Middle East in his end-of-year webcast. This video is Richard’s opportunity to speak directly to customers, distributors, dealers and employees alike, and is now available to view by clicking the link below.
Filmed at the Beauvais tractor manufacturing plant in France, Richard gives his personal review of the year and looks forward to the prospects for 2011.
He speaks of the powerful new products introduced this year on both the tractor and harvesting sides of the business; and of the investment that AGCO has made in its European manufacturing facilities to enable Massey Ferguson to continue producing world beating machinery well into the future.
With SIMA and Agritechnica to look forward to next year, 2011 is shaping up to be another busy and exciting year for
Massey Ferguson. What do you hope to see in the future from Massey Ferguson?
We will not be posting the rest of the week so that we can spend time with our families. We hope you are able to take the day off too, but for those of you working on Christmas, we sincerely thank you for your dedication to providing us with the food, fuel and fiber that we use everyday all around the world. We wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas.See you on Monday. Cheers!
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“New engine, new transmission, and new front and rear axles have been mounted on a ore advanced chassis to create a specialist applications vehicle that promises more productive and economical performance,” says the report.
The article features an interview with Challenger’s Adrie Kunst, Managing and Technical Director at AGCO Netherlands BV who explains how tapping into the considerable resources of parent company AGCO meant that Challenger could design a more advanced machine that meets the latest emission rules, tackles rising fuel costs and is easier to drive and more productive for contract operators.
Looking in detail at every aspect of the machine, IVT concludes that the TG8333 is ‘a whole lot of technology for efficiently dealing with one of farming’s most basic commodities.
To view the entire article, go to http://www.ivtinternational.com/latest_issue.php
What is your favorite magazine to follow ag equipment news?
Stay tuned for our next photo contest: Farm Dogs! Start planning your photo now with your best farm dog. What are some other contest themes that you would like to see us offer in the future?
What do you think about the ABS on the Fendt 900 Vario?