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Our Dealer Story Podcast

[Podcast] Our Dealer Story: Stotz Equipment Part 1

In the first part of this two-part episode of the <em>Farm Equipment</em> podcast, “Our Dealer Story” brought to you by HBS Systems, brothers Tom, Rob and Teddy Rosztoczy, along with their mother Diane, sat down Alan Stenum from the <em>Farm Equipment</em> team to shares their story of how the dealership became Stotz Equipment.
In the first part of this two-part episode of the Farm Equipment podcast, “Our Dealer Story” brought to you by HBS Systems, brothers Tom, Rob and Teddy Rosztoczy, along with their mother Diane, sat down Alan Stenum from the Farm Equipment team to shares their story of how the dealership became Stotz Equipment.
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Dealing with Their Dealers: 4 of the Big 5 OEMs Discuss the Top Priorities for Their Dealer Network

It’s been 10 years since Farm Equipment last sat down with the top executives of the major ag equipment makers, and 13 since the very first time we published a report like this. While some things remain the same (consolidation, market share demands, purity pressure), others have changed — notably the economy and the names of the executives at the top.
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Ask the Expert

Ask the Expert: The Dealership of Tomorrow: Who Will be the "New" Equipment Buyer?

This is an exciting time in the farm equipment business. There is a generational paradigm shift happening both with ag equipment dealers and the producers. Retiring producers and those that have gone out of business have left the door open to expansion. Across North America, the demand for technology, specialized product knowledge, and the decreasing number of producers has led to greater dealership consolidation. In order to create economies of scale, both sides will continue to grow. So what does this mean and how will it effect each other’s business? In my opinion, the next 5 years will have such a dramatic change the industry will be unrecognizable.
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Ask the Expert

Ask the Expert: The Dealership of Tomorrow: Who Will be the "New" Equipment Buyer?

This is an exciting time in the farm equipment business. There is a generational paradigm shift happening both with ag equipment dealers and the producers. Retiring producers and those that have gone out of business have left the door open to expansion. Across North America, the demand for technology, specialized product knowledge, and the decreasing number of producers has led to greater dealership consolidation. In order to create economies of scale, both sides will continue to grow. So what does this mean and how will it effect each other’s business? In my opinion, the next 5 years will have such a dramatic change the industry will be unrecognizable.
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Industry Consolidation Part 3

What’s Driving Consolidation Among Farm Equipment Dealers?

Farmer consolidation and growing capital requirements for dealers has contributed to the need for dealerships to expand and grow.
All aspects of the ag industry have been consolidating over the last several years, and it seems to have picked up recently. This is no different for farm equipment dealerships. Some of the consolidation is being led by the major equipment manufacturers, some of it is in response to farm consolidation (see “Farms Shrinking in Number, Growing in Size,” page 12), and still some is due to dealer owners exiting the industry.
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Case IH Dealer Network Series Update

A Look at Case IH Network of Tomorrow

<strong>Part 6</strong>: In the final installment of this <em>Farm Equipment</em> series, Case IH executives share a forward-looking view of their network of tomorrow, and how they can help dealers who wish to consolidate.
In a mature industry like farm machinery, consolidation has become something we need to deal with ... just like death and taxes. It’s very much like Darwinism and survival of the fittest. It’s not popular with some dealers, manufacturers nor farmers, but this business is “adapt or die.”
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Looking Back on Titan’s 10 Years as a Public Company

CEO David Meyer reflects on how business has changed for Titan Machinery since going public and where the industry is headed.
Today, Titan Machinery is North America’s largest farm equipment dealership group. In 2006, the group was selected as Farm Equipment’s Dealership of the Year. At that point, Titan owned and operated 29 dealer locations.
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