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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.

Smartphones and apps taking agriculture by storm
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Smartphones are taking the consumer world by storm. That's becoming true, as well, in agriculture where IT experts are dreaming up new uses for the handheld devices almost daily. One of the key ingredients in the explosion in the smartphone explosion is one some would consider a privacy issue — the Global Positioning System or GPS tracking feature. While GPS makes it possible for others to know where you are in real time, it is also giving producers new tools for managing their farming operations. More

John Deere's new 6M Series tractors provide greater levels of performance
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Available from December 2012, John Deere says its new 6M Series tractors will provide more power, functionality and operator comfort than their 6030 series predecessors. The newly styled 6Ms include tractors from 115hp up to the top-of-the-range 170hp. A 140hp model features the highest power level available yet from any John Deere four-cylinder tractor. The existing 6130, 6230 and 6330 standard-cab models will remain in the range for 2013. More

Titan Machinery buying 3 Nebraska farm equipment dealerships
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North Dakota-based Titan Machinery says it's buying three CaseIH agriculture equipment dealerships in Nebraska. Titan, of West Fargo, ND, says it is acquiring Toner's, which operates Toner's in Grand Island, Red Line Equipment in Broken Bow and Ord Equipment in Ord. More

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Australia's machinery sector offers career opportunities
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While the lucrative mining sector might be attracting attention as the industry of employment choice for young people, Australia's agricultural industry is crying out for skilled young people. The agricultural machinery sector, for example, is a strong and growing segment ripe with opportunities, attractive salaries and lifelong careers. Tractor and Machinery Association executive director Richard Lewis said Australia's farm machinery sector was a $7 billion business — and growing. More

Austrian farmer invents auto quick-hitch
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An Austrian farmer believes he has solved the problem of how to make a three-point linkage quick-hitch that not only allows operators to attach the implement to the tractor without leaving the seat, but also automatically couples the pto shaft and hydraulic hoses. More

Demand for Deere's products makes stock an attractive buy
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The agriculture industry isn't likely to disappear anytime soon, and that’s a plus for Deere, the world's largest manufacturer of agricultural machinery. Deere commands a 50 per cent market share in the United States and generates more revenue than most of its competitors combined. While it gets 60 per cent of its sales from the U.S. and Canada, its latest annual report details plans to build factories in faster-growing China, Brazil and India. More


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U.S. manufacturers turn to Russia
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At a time when tepid growth at home, a slowing Chinese economy and recession in much of Western Europe is dogging Corporate America, Russia is getting newfound attention as a growth market for U.S. machinery, consumer goods and services. Expecting increased Russian demand following its WTO entry, International Paper, Caterpillar, Deere and others are stepping up investment in Russia by expanding distribution networks, boosting capacity, or making acquisitions. More

High-tech tractors
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Farming may be an old profession, but that doesn't mean farmers have to use old tools. Farm implement dealers Titan Machinery and RDO Equipment have a variety of products that showcase just how technological farming can be. One piece of technology is an improved form of autosteer found in many of Titan's combines. While the old form of autosteer allowed combines or tractors to drive straight, Titan sells combines that have sensor technology built into the head of the combine, allowing for the combine to automatically steer itself down a row. More

Titan Machinery receives approval for Case IH Agricultural product distribution in Ukraine
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Titan Machinery announced that it has received approval from CNH International SA to form a subsidiary of Titan Machinery, 'Titan Machinery Ukraine' to serve as a Case IH distributor of agricultural products in the Kiev, Zhitomir, Chernigov and Vinnitsa regions of Ukraine. The company expects to open new dealerships in these regions. More

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Terex announces first T4i-compliant PT-110G compact track loaders
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Terex announced its latest compact track loaders, the PT-110G and PT-110G Forestry. The new CTLs are Terex's first compact Tier 4 Interim-compliant machines and are powered by 4-cylinder turbo-powered Perkins engines. The PT-110G CTLs have a profile of only 6 feet and weigh between 11,000 and 12,100 pounds, managing a ground pressure of 4.3 pounds per square inch. The 110 horsepower of the PT-110G and the 111 horsepower of the PT-110G Forestry are the highest levels in the Terex CTL lineup yet. More

Remote monitoring unit offers control over ag assets
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The Messenger Remote Monitoring Unit from Global Monitoring offers the tools to remotely manage and control assets such as irrigation systems, wells/tanks/reservoirs, poultry farming equipment and livestock, barns, greenhouses, silos, and farm-produced goods by alerting specified personnel of conditions such as energy usage, temperature, power failure and security on a 24/7 basis. More

Rocky Mountain buys Peace-region Case dealer
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A pair of Case IH farm equipment dealers in northwestern Alberta are set to build up the reach of Calgary's Rocky Mountain Dealerships group in the Peace region. Financial terms of the deal weren't disclosed, other than the expected closing date of Nov. 1. Rocky said it would complete the deal with its already-available cash or credit facilities. More

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