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Canada East Equipment Dealers' Association – Organizational Purpose and Mission

• The purpose of Canada East Equipment Dealers' Association is to promote and enhance the general welfare of retail equipment dealers primarily in the Province of Ontario and Maritime Provinces.

• Our mission is to promote and enhance the general welfare of our dealer members by providing a timely source of industry information, representing dealer interests in government regulation and legislation, enhancing dealer and employee education, supporting equitable dealer/manufacturer relations and offering specific business-related services which enhance the success and profitability of dealer members.


Bobcat company launches new 3600 and 3650 utility vehicles
Farms.com
Bobcat Company is breaking new ground in the utility vehicle market with superior performance and productivity with the new 3600 and 3650 hydrostatic drive utility vehicles. Continuing a rich tradition of customer-driven advancements, the 3650 model will take attachment capabilities to a new level as the industry’s first utility vehicle with the capacity to operate front-mounted PTO attachments.
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Cervus Equipment announces 2012 year end results
NASDAQ
Cervus Equipment said that profit attributable to shareholders for the year increased by 32.3 per cent to $24.4 million for the year ended 2012 from $18.4 million in 2011. Basic earnings per share increased to $1.65 per share or 29.9 per cent from $1.27 per share in 2011. Diluted EPS was up 29.5 per cent to $1.58. But cash per share basic fell 28 per cent to $1.28.
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Kubota expects Yen to push sales to record as it chases Deere
Farm Equipment
Kubota, seeking an overseas purchase of as much as $2 billion, said that the weakening yen will push sales to a record in the next fiscal year and won't curb its acquisition appetite. The boost to exports from the yen's slide, combined with more demand from North America and Southeast Asia, will probably lift revenue by about 20 per cent to $14.6 billion in the fiscal year starting April 1, President Yasuo Masumoto has.
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Are biobeds the answer to dealing with sprayer washings?
Farmers Weekly Interactive
Spill concentrated pesticide on the ground or wash down a sprayer so that the washings are not retained and there could be big problems both for the farmer and for the wildlife on the receiving end — not to mention the waterways that feed into reservoirs or boreholes. But accidents can and do happen, so it follows that precautions need to be in place to prevent the spillage of pesticide becoming a major issue.
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Husqvarna remote demolition robots handle water, dust and vibration
Equipment World
Perform efficient demolition in tough environments with Husqvarna's remote demolition robot line, which now includes the DXR 270 and DXR 300. The lightweight, compact DXR 270 is highly maneuverable, yet stable. Suitable for a range of indoor and outdoor work, the DXR 270 features outriggers with a wide footprint to boost stability and accommodate a greater workload. The fixed arm offers precise positioning and a 16-foot reach.
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Charter speeds up product registration for Toro, Exmark and Lawnboy dealers
Green Industry Pros
Charter Software, a provider of business management system software for outdoor power, agricultural, and construction equipment dealers, has announced the availability of the Aspen EZ-Link Interface for Toro, Exmark and Lawnboy dealers. The EZ-Link integration with the Aspen business management system allows dealers to register customer purchases directly at the point of sale, saving them time and reducing duplication of effort.
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Vermeer introduces RTX250 pedestrian trencher for rental industry
Mechanics Hub
Vermeer's RTX250 is a rubber-tracked, steerable pedestrian trencher that is designed for the needs of rental businesses and utility contractors. The RTX250 uses a 27-hp Kohler electronic fuel injected (EFI) gas engine that delivers power to dig 20.3 cm trenches up to 121.9 cm in depth. This trencher is simple to operate with a two-handlebar VZ steering system that allows easy mobility and operation without the need for numerous joysticks or significant operator training.
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Dealership to pay $125,000 settlement for selling recalled bikes
Powersports Business
Southern Honda Powersports, in Chattanooga, TN, has reached a settlement of $125,000 for selling unrepaired recalled motorcycles. The dealership admitted to selling 329 motorcycles from 2009-12 that had been recalled but not repaired, violating federal law. The $125,000 is a fraction of the fine Southern Honda could have been faced with. At $6,000 per vehicle, the total fine could have reached nearly $2 million.
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Mahindra produces two millionth tractor
Farm Equipment
Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd rolled out its two millionth tractor from the company's Kandivali plant in Mumbai, India. The company achieved this milestone by doubling its global production in less than a decade.

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John Deere G Series Excavators increase comfort and productivity
MachineFinder News
John Deere & Company has recently announced the addition of two new models to their G-Series excavators that feature a wide variety of improvements, increasing uptime, comfort, and overall productivity for operators.

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Driver's view: Massey Ferguson 6480
Farmers Weekly Interactive
The 6480 is a great machine and it's easy to see why they're so popular. It's a quiet tractor, very comfortable and the climate control system is excellent, but it could do with a bit more power.

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Self-propelled beet harvesters showcased at Sugarbeet Institute
Agweek
Will Red River Valley area sugar beet farmers change from the familiar pull-behind sugar beet harvesters to self-propelled machines? The self-propelled machines — long used in Europe — are being promoted in the Americas for their labor saving and efficiency. Canadian beet farmer John Noorloos, and his partner Eugen Burgin of Wyoming, Ontario, are president and secretary, respectively, for the distributor — Ropa North America Inc. Noorloos says there were 48 of the Ropa harvesters in North America in 2012, mostly in the Michigan and Ontario area.
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Gator gives slug pellet application a boost
Farmers Weekly Interactive
Every cloud has a silver lining. For Stuart Dyson, the wet weather meant demand for his slug pellet application services doubled. "It was even too wet for our new rig in some cases; we had to get the old quad bike out to avoid making a mess," he says. It was on these occasions that Mr Dyson and his brother Derek, who specialise in contract slug pellet application from their 120ha all-arable farm at Patrington near Hull, were reminded just what a difference moving to a buggy-type ATV has made.
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