Category: Machinery Parts Ireland

Brexit and Used Parts

​​How will Brexit Affect the Used Parts Business? 15 months on from the Brexit vote and we look at how the result has affected the construction equipment parts business. The most immediate effect has been the decline in the value of Sterling.  At one stage it dropped to its lowest value in 31 years. Last Week…

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Our Conexpo-Conagg-2017 Journey

Conexpo-Conagg-2017 As we reflect on our journey to conexpo-conagg-2017 Las Vegas, we were delighted to have the rare opportunity to meet and greet some of our most successful Part Suppliers. These are the people that work tirelessly behind the scenes to help our 45,000+ Buyers find Parts every single day. They do this by ensuring the…

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Volvo & Spotify – Join Forces for your In-car Audio Experience

For people who like Volvo and also like music the news of the new partnership between Volvo and Spotify will be an exciting one.  They recently announced that going forward drivers will be able to stream music in cars fitted with the Sensus Connected Touch in-car Entertainment System.  The system works by streaming from your 3G/4G…

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Armstrong Farm Machinery purchases former John Deer Premises at Jordanstown

Amongst the movers and shakers in the farm machinery business is a new premises for well-known New Holland and Kuhn dealer, Armstrong Farm Machinery, which has recently purchased the former John Deere premises at Jordanstown in north Co Dublin. The premises of the former John Deere parts site went up for sale after the previous…

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Turkmenistan investing in the right farm machinery for greater cotton production

When investing in farm machinery it is wise to invest in machinery suitable for your climatic and soil conditions of your landscape and country. This has been highlighted recently by Turkmenistan who is currently planning on purchasing farm machinery from US manufacturers whose machineries is most suitable to their climate and soil conditions. The Turkmenistan…

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The Japanese firm, Marubeni Corporation, has taken a majority stake in a Lincoln firm

Shareholders of Spaldings Holdings Limited, which distributes agricultural machinery parts have confirmed they have sold a controlling interest in the business to Marubeni Corporation with only a minority equity stake to be retained by the existing shareholders of the Sadler Road company. Involved in markets for food, forestry, chemicals, energy, minerals, power, finance and transportation…

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£8000 worth of Machinery Stolen

Police in the UK are currently appealing for information after machinery and various  equipment worth £8000 pounds was stolen from a business. This business was located on the outskirts of Newport where the machinery and equipment were stored.

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Machinery Ranks makes it to the top five Export Industries in 2011

2011 was a good year for machinery as it made it into the top five for Taiwan’s export industry. Experts saw it reach to US$20.427 billion. It replaced  the sectors of information communication technology (ICT) and iron and steel, which were on previous years lists. Electronics unsurprising topped the list followed by petrochemical, plastic products,…

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Value for Money – Used Machinery Prices Continue to Look Strong

According to leading machinery industry experts, machinery prices are holding their value as the used machinery market continues to hold strong. In other words, used machinery is doing very well in today’s markets. This may be bad news for farmers looking for a machinery bargain to add to their machinery list as they won’t find…

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JCB complete purchase of BAE Woodford

Just recently, the heir to the JCB parts empire today completed the purchase of the BAE Woodford site. In a deal worth over £100m, Jo Bamford has bought the 500-acre plot. Mr Bamford has bought Woodford through new company Avro Heritage, which he has established with Cheshire businessman Harry Harvey. Across the next year or…

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