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Special Report: After the Ink Dries

Assimilating an Acquired Dealership: Issues & Missteps

Buying another dealership is the easy part. Integrating it into the overall organization is the bigger challenge.
When it comes to either buying or selling a dealership, when the deal is done, the parties on the different sides of the table say they all face the same set of challenges. How the issues are prioritized may differ if you’re the buyer or seller, but the concerns remain the same.
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Success in Shortline Machinery

26 Dealers Share Tips for What to Consider When Adding a New Shortline

We asked: “As a dealer, what criteria about the product and manufacturer are most important to you when you consider adding new shortline equipment to your product lineup?”
We asked: “As a dealer, what criteria about the product and manufacturer are most important to you when you consider adding new shortline equipment to your product lineup?”
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Farm Equipment Dealers Land on Capitol Hill

During the NAEDA Legislative Fly-In, dealers met with Congressional representatives to stress the importance of how policy impacts their businesses.

Farm Equipment dealers from across the U.S. and from all colors, converged in Washington, D.C., May 20-21 for the 12th Annual North American Equipment Dealers Assn. Legislative Fly-In.


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Dealer Profile: Wickham Tractor

Staying 'Relevant' as the Industry Changes

Wickham Tractor initiated its succession plan earlier than intended to ensure the dealership remains sustainable well into the future.
It would be difficult to find a farm equipment dealer in North America who hasn't in some way been affected by the consolidation of the retail side of the business in the last decade. Whether or not they've yet been told directly - or not so directly - that they must make the decision to be either a buyer or seller, to expand or exit the business, it's on their mind. As the days pass, it's becoming a front of mind issue. Dealers know it's something they need to come to grips with. Either take control of it and set a course, or have circumstances or someone else dictate the future.
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