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Agritechnica postponed to March 2022

The next edition of Agritechnica has been postponed to March 2022. The official communication by the organizers arrived today, March 29. The DLG (German Agricultural Society) decided to postpone the primary agricultural exhibition from February 27 to March 5, 2022, following the current uncertaintie...

John Deere won’t be at Agritechnica. Cummins and Yanmar too…

John Deere Power Systems, Cummins, probably Yanmar. The list of illustrious lacks at Agritechnica is getting longer, as is the hand of Covid. It is too early to draw hasty conclusions, so for now we will rely on Deere’s words. John Deere won’t be at Agritechnica “John Deere is extending ...
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Slight increase for the European tractor market in in 2019

The European tractor market makes a small but significant step forward, with an estimated growth of around 5 percent in sales for 2019. According to data provided by CEMA, the European Agricultural Machinery Association, the ‘vehicles’ registered in Europe are 191,587. Of these, tractors...

North American debut for Cummins 4-cylinder engine

Cummins new structural 4-cylinder engine was on display at World Ag Expo 2020, the exhibition concerning agriculture held last week in Tulare, California. The new engine, available with 3.8 liter (F3.8) and 4.5 liter (F4.5) displacements, was on display also at the last Agritechnica, complementing t...

Fpt N67. Is natural gas an option for the future of off-highway?

In addition to the dual nature (diesel and gas) F28, Fpt N67 NG, standing of course for ‘natural gas’, was also on display at Agritechnica 2019. The latter is an engine capable of delivering 180 kilowatts of power at 1,800 rpm and 1,035 Nm at 1,500 rpm, with multipoint injection, three-w...

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Agritechnica postponed to March 2022

The next edition of Agritechnica has been postponed to March 2022. The official communication by the organizers arrived today, March 29. The DLG (German Agricultural Society) decided to postpone the primary agricultural exhibition from February 27 to March 5, 2022, following the current uncertaintie...

John Deere won’t be at Agritechnica. Cummins and Yanmar too…

John Deere Power Systems, Cummins, probably Yanmar. The list of illustrious lacks at Agritechnica is getting longer, as is the hand of Covid. It is too early to draw hasty conclusions, so for now we will rely on Deere’s words. John Deere won’t be at Agritechnica “John Deere is extending ...
News

Slight increase for the European tractor market in in 2019

The European tractor market makes a small but significant step forward, with an estimated growth of around 5 percent in sales for 2019. According to data provided by CEMA, the European Agricultural Machinery Association, the ‘vehicles’ registered in Europe are 191,587. Of these, tractors...

North American debut for Cummins 4-cylinder engine

Cummins new structural 4-cylinder engine was on display at World Ag Expo 2020, the exhibition concerning agriculture held last week in Tulare, California. The new engine, available with 3.8 liter (F3.8) and 4.5 liter (F4.5) displacements, was on display also at the last Agritechnica, complementing t...

Fpt N67. Is natural gas an option for the future of off-highway?

In addition to the dual nature (diesel and gas) F28, Fpt N67 NG, standing of course for ‘natural gas’, was also on display at Agritechnica 2019. The latter is an engine capable of delivering 180 kilowatts of power at 1,800 rpm and 1,035 Nm at 1,500 rpm, with multipoint injection, three-w...

Cummins at Agritechnica, the second part of our interview

The interview with Steven Nendick, Cummins, at Agritechnica 2019. Last week we published the first part of the interview we recorded with Cummins’ Marketing and Communications Director in Hannover at the end of last year. The second part starts talking about markets. Then, there will be also room fo...

Microgrids in agriculture. Our interview with MTU, part two

As we promised last week, here’s the second part of our interview with MTU specialists and managers about microgrids in agriculture. The last question of the first part, which you can read here, dealt with the customers’ approach when choosing between diesel or gas engines. Now, it’s time to talk ab...
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