According to research conducted by Eichberg Consulting, a market strategy consultant for the agribusiness and trade shows, John Deere leads the list of Europe’s most innovative agricultural equipment manufacturers.
John Deere announced that it will further advance its competence around Biomass as well as animal nutrition through the acquisition of the innovative kernel/forage processing technology KernelStar for self propelled forage harvesters.
John Deere’s 24hp ProGator 2030A diesel utility vehicle has been improved for 2012 with the addition of hydraulic disk brakes on all four wheels for increased performance, and a higher maximum payload capacity of 1594kg.
Moline - In 2012, Deere & Company marks the 175th anniversary of its existence, which began when company founder John Deere successfully manufactured and marketed the self-scouring plow in 1837. Today, John Deere employees still deliver on the important values of integrity, quality, commitment, and innovation.
Zaragoza - A number of innovative John Deere solutions have been recognised with awards at this year’s FIMA fair in Zaragoza (14-18 February 2012), Spain’s most prestigious international agricultural trade show.
John Deere’s European Parts Distribution Center (E-PDC) has officially inaugurated its new deconsolidation and packaging facility, a 23 million euro investment which will create additional employment for around 80 people.
On the occasion of this year’s Agritechnica, the world largest indoor farm equipment show (15 – 19 November 2011), the John Deere tractor 7280R (max. power 310 hp with IPM) was elected as “Tractor of the Year 2012” by a jury of editors of 20 European farm equipment journals.
Following the votes of the DLG (Deutsche Landwirtschaftsgesellschaft) jury, five John Deere innovations have been awarded Silver Medals at Agritechnica 2011. This recognition adds to the long list of award winning solutions presented by John Deere in recent years at Europe’s largest agricultural machinery show.