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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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Increased demand for farm machinery in developing world predicted for next 4 years

Increased demand for farm machinery in developing world predicted for next 4 years Some promising news for farm machinery, despite a decrease in demand from Europe and the US, farm machinery sales look set to increase in next 4 years thanks to increased demand in the developing world. Demand for agriculture equipment worldwide looks set…

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Farming: one of the most dangerous of workplaces

For all of us here at Urparts we believe that having a safe workplace especially in areas with a lot of potentially dangerous machinery and merchandise should form a key part of work. Nothing can compensate for the loss of a limb or an eye or most importantly life and with over 50 people having…

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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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Irish Farm Machinery Showroom Destroyed by Fire

A few weeks ago, a farm machinery showroom was destroyed following a devastating fire. It has been estimated that the damage accumulated to hundreds of thousands of euro. The fire occurred at Carroll’s Engineering in Funshog is a family business which has been operating for more than forty years.

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Meet us at the Irish Farm Expo 2012

Simon will be attending Ireland’s Farming exhibition, Irish Farm EXPO 2012, at the City West Convention Centre today & tomorrow. The Expo encompasses every aspect of agriculture all in one central venue creating an unmissable opportunity to meet suppliers & buyers of all varieties of farm equipment. Simon will be meeting suppliers of used parts…

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High Number of Machinery Companies Expected at Plastics Exhibition

It has been suggested that the NPE international which is the plastics exhibition for this year, will attract the highest ever number of machinery companies this year. The event which is organised by SPI will take place in Orlando, Florida. Due to the poor economic state, the plastics exhibition in 2009 did not generate in…

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North American farm machinery sales beat 2011 forecast

More good news on the machinery front as it has been recorded that in 2011, farm machinery sales increased in North America throughout 2011. The records show that they outperformed a previous forecast made by a top American manufacturer which insisted sales would remain poor.

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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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