Get an exclusive, data-driven look into the changes that North American farm equipment dealers have made to their parts operations.

Dear Farm Equipment Dealer,

There are several critical factors that gauge the overall health of the ag industry, one of the main factors being the state of the service and parts business at farm equipment dealerships.

When creating a balance between parts operations and inventories, dealers often struggle between keeping enough products on hand to quickly fill a customer order or accommodate their service department’s need, and carrying an overabundance of products that can drive up overhead, complicate inventory management or stagnate on the shelves.

To help you be better equipped to manage a thriving, profitable parts operation, we’ve compiled results of Farm Equipment’s 2014 and 2017 surveys of North American dealerships, as well as data from the Western Equipment Dealers Association’s (WEDA) Cost of Doing Business studies, into a free eGuide, “Are Dealers Parts Operations Improving?” 

This valuable dealer resource provides a comprehensive, data-driven view into the changing dynamics of parts operations to help your dealership be better equipped to avoid challenges and seize opportunities in this critical part of your business. 

Compiling primary research gleaned by extensive Farm Equipment Dealer and WEDA surveys, this free eGuide…

  • Compares revenue from part sales in 2014 vs. 2017
  • Examines top reasons dealers switch parts suppliers
  • Highlights average gross margins on parts from different suppliers
  • Shares the most transformational changes dealers are making to parts departments

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Yours for a better dealership business,

Dave Kanicki

Dave Kanicki, Executive Editor

Dave is the Executive Editor of Farm Equipment, and the Editor/Publisher of Ag Equipment Intelligence and related properties.


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