Farm Equipment editors encounter a variety of articles, social media posts, podcasts and videos that offer a unique look at various aspects of our great farm machinery industry. Here is our favorite content from the past week. The Best of the Web This Week series is brought to you by CLEANFIX.
On Fen. 26, 2021, the Paris Court of Justice (Tribunal Judiciaire) found that Manitou was guilty of infringement of certain JCB patent claims. It awarded JCB damages of €150,000 ($177,000) plus €50,000 ($59,000) in attorney fees.
Engineers at AGCO’s Beauvais plant in northern France have started assembling face shields instead of tractors using a newly-installed additive or 3D printing system to produce the frame. The shields are destined for a local hospital in response to an industrial campaign to meet immediate demand for 13,000 units at 94 hospitals and medical centers across France.
JCB in the United Kingdom is poised to re-start production at a factory closed as a result of the Coronavirus crisis in order to join the global effort to manufacture ventilators, the company announced.
Two JCB apprentices won first place in the mechatronics division at the recent SkillsUSA national championships. Anthony Smith and Victor De La Cruz were tested in practical skills in pneumatic technology, electrical systems, mechanical systems and general automation techniques.
JCB has announced the appointment of Richard Fox-Marrs as president and CEO of JCB Inc., responsible for JCB operations in North America, including sales and support for the construction, agricultural, rental, government and defense industries.
With the introduction of two new high horsepower Fastrac models and a growing dealer network, is it possible that U.K.-based equipment manufacturer JCB is poised for gains in the North American tractor market?
Announced at the 2022 Farm Progress Show Martin Industries has attained exclusive distribution of Thrash Master Concaves. Having personal experience with the concaves, Martin Industries President Steve Martin explains the benefits inherent to the Thrash Master and how they can improve grain sample quality, speeds and reduce corn cracking.
Built on 90 years of expertise, Yetter Farm Equipment leads the agriculture industry in designing effective and innovative equipment for residue management, seedbed preparation, precision fertilizer placement, harvest attachments, strip-tillage, and more.
Machinery Scope offers premier risk management tools for farm equipment. We provide timely, personalized, and flexible solutions to protect more farm equipment investments than anyone in the industry. We add value and peace of mind when you are buying, selling, or managing your farm equipment by offering extended warranty plans.