Tag: John Deere Parts

CAT maintain lead over Komatsu and Volvo

The eagerly awaited updated figures for parts requests have been released for the past six months. CAT still retain their top position with 20% of all parts requests submitted followed by Komatsu, Volvo, JCB and Hitachi. Previously only the top five made it into the list but it was decided to stretch this out to…

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Competition Increases for Fire Damaged Machines

Prices for the fire damaged, or general machines for spare parts, at the recent Euro Auction in Leeds were remarkably high. Biding between competing¬†dismantlers¬†was fierce as they all try to increase their inventory of available used parts. Even though there has been a marked decrease in the scrap value of the metal, this increase in…

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Despite drought tractors sales in US remain strong at close of 2012

In international news on agricultural market, it has appeared to be a good year for the sale of farm machinery. For despite drought in America and volatile prices, it has been confirmed that demand and sales of agricultural machinery parts remained strong in 2012. In fact according to the Farm Equipment Manufacturers Association, tractor sales…

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John Deere Restoration Projects on the rise

John Deere restoration projects are becoming popular amongst older farmers who are unable to let part ways with their John Deere parts. In a time of economic depression it has never been more important to recycle and restore! 

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John Deere and Hitachi’s Joint Venture Expands

The Deere-Hitachi Construction Machinery Corporation have plenty of reasons to celebrate. It has been revealed that the joint venture between equipment manufacturing giants John Deere and Hitachi are to invest US$97 million in the company which is set to increase capacity at their US operations in Kernersville and North Carolina. According to Deere-Hitachi, this expansion…

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John Deere’s New Technology

John Deere have announced that will be adding a remote tracking device to their machinery shortly. This will mean that in over 43 countries, 40,000 John Deere vehicles will be tracked. This technology will let engineers know when a part is due to be changed. The engineer can then go on site and change any…

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Machinery Restoration Success Story!

Three men in New Zealand put their creative caps and have come up with the brilliant initiative whereby old machinery are revamped and given a new lease of life. From water pumps to car motors Brian Clark, Barry O’Loughlin and Graham Calver will find a way to restore it back to health! As you can…

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John Deere Parts & Co. lowers full year forecast

In America and international markets farm machinery maker John Deere Parts & Co. said Wednesday it lowered its full-year forecast after missing third-quarter analysts’ expectations because of weaker international demand and production delays. Shares fell 6.28 percent, closing at $75.10 per share, the biggest drop since April 2011. The Moline, Ill.-based Deere said quarterly net…

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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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John Deere Parts Collectibles in High Demand

Since the company was established around 1837, John Deere Machinery Parts have long been collectors items. There are a significant amount of John Deere tractors, John Deere parts and other John Deere memorabilia that are kept as collectibles and the demand for these items are as high as ever.

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