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Turning Your Dealership Around

From not managing used equipment inventories to an over extended dealer-principal, industry experts cite areas that can lead to a dealer’s underperformance. Recognize the warning signs, and you can turn things around.
The ag economy is cyclical, as everyone knows, and operating a dealership through the trough period of the cycle isn’t a new challenge. But for the younger generation of dealer management, it’s not a challenge they’ve faced until now.
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Charlie Glass

August 2016 Tractor & Combine Analysis

Each time that Farm Equipment surveys dealers used equipment continues to be among their biggest worries. The past effects of Section 179 Bonus Depreciation has filled dealer's lots with a large number of relatively new, low hour tractors, combines and other equipment and these units have had an effect upon the sale of new equipment.
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Special Report: How Business Has Changed for Dealers

Anyone who's been around the industry for more than a few years can attest to the fact that selling ag machinery isn't the same business as even a decade ago. The shifts that are transforming dealerships from local mom-and-pop stores to sophisticated regional and in some cases beyond businesses are stretching the talents and resources of dealer-principals that few could ever have imagined.
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Jim Irwin: Tempted to Become a Dealer

In addition to helping dealers throughout his 40-year career, Jim Irwin, retired Case IH vice president of North American Ag Business, had company-store experience during his days at International Harvester in the early 1960s.
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