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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.


Cervus Equipment Corporation acquires interest in Australian companies
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Cervus Equipment Corporation announced that it has acquired 30 per cent of the shares in Windmill AG Pty Ltd., a John Deere agriculture dealer located in Australia, and a 45 per cent interest in PPJ Investment Ltd., a real estate holding company, also located in Australia. More

Status of world agricultural equipment market
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World demand for agricultural equipment is expected to increase 6.7 per cent per year through 2016 to $173.5 billion. Growth will be driven primarily by sales gains in rapidly developing nations — particularly China, Brazil, and India — as these countries continue to mechanize their agricultural sectors. More

Mahindra Tractor sales rise 5 per cent in June
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Mahindra & Mahindra's Farm Equipment Sector division reported 4.55 per cent rise in tractor sales to 23,765 units in June this year. The company had sold 22,730 tractors in the corresponding month last year, Mahindra said in a statement. More

Convert Manual Tarps to Electric
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A transport-friendly trencher
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Suitable for tractors from 65hp to 140hp, AFT Trenchers has beefed up its AFT 100 machine allowing it to dig down to two metres (previously 1.6m). AFT says it can lay on average about 60m per hour, depending on conditions. Depth control is via three options; manual, semi-automatic laser or fully automatic laser. More

Morris pilots new leasing program
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Saskatchewan farm equipment maker Morris Industries has rolled out a pilot program offering leases on its bale carriers and heavy harrows. The Morris Leasing program will be available on the company's Field Pro heavy harrows and ProAg hay hauling products — and only for its Canadian customers. Morris' new program will be backed by National Leasing, a Winnipeg company that provides commercial equipment leasing for businesses across Canada. More


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New Ecomax engines rev up JCB lineup
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A number of backhoes, excavators and telehandlers will feature the new JCB Ecomax engine. The Tier 4 Interim Ecomax, using in-cylinder technologies, does not require a diesel particulate filter or diesel emission fluid, runs on standard engine oil, and can be recalibrated to run in countries that do not have an ultra-low sulfur diesel infrastructure in place. The engine will be fitted in JCB machines ranging from 74 to 174 horsepower. More

Pearce: New front-boom sprayers offer several benefits
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Until now, there are those in the sprayer business who'd say the industry can be something of a pain in the neck. But that notion is set to change with the launch of the Guardian self-propelled front boom sprayer from New Holland. More

Peterbilt to add Westport ISX12 G to lineup
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Peterbilt says it will offer the natural gas Cummins Westport ISX12 G engine when it becomes available in 2013. This engine will be rated up to 400 horsepower and 1,450 pounds-feet of torque. It features spark ignition technology, a three-way catalyst, and can be configured with a liquified natural gas or compressed natural gas fuel system. More

Report: Versatile shares more details about its Russian combine
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Amidst all the buzz surrounding Versatile's entrance in the combine market, Farm Industry News landed a 20-minute interview with Adam Reid, Versatile director of marketing, to get further details on its new RT490 combine made in Russia. More

Bomford Turner's pasture toppers
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Bomford Turner's expanded range of Twin Blade pasture toppers gives grassland farmers a choice of three working widths and two configurations. Cutting height is said to be easily adjustable from 30mm to 150mm in all cases. More
 

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