Press Releases

27 Jan, 2012

Press release: European Agricultural Machinery Industry Expects Continuous Market Growth

While prospects for the global economy are deteriorating, the European agricultural machinery industry continues to be optimistic that their sales will rise even above the high level of the previous year. “The order intake of our companies has continuously increased until the end of 2011”, said Ralf Wezel, Secretary General of CEMA, the European representation of the agricultural machinery manufacturers.

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4 Jan, 2012

Press Release: Demand for Agricultural Machinery Continues at High Level Worldwide

While prospects for the global economy are deteriorating, overall the agricultural machinery industry continues to be optimistic that for the year 2012 the most important markets for agricultural machinery and tractors will remain at the present high level. This became clear at the fourth meeting of economic experts of the largest agricultural machinery associations worldwide, held in December at the EIMA Agrimach exhibition in New Delhi, India.

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11 Apr, 2011

Press release: Keen demand for implements in Europe

The European manufacturers of machinery for soil cultivation, seeding, fertilization and crop protection are satisfied with the present state of business. "After two very difficult years, the market now seems to be significantly heading towards growth" stated Gerd Wiesendorfer, coordinator of the three product groups within the European industry association for agricultural machinery CEMA.

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10 Mar, 2011

Request to increase the flexibility provisions for non-road mobile machinery entering a crucial phase

On 16 March, the Environmant Committee of the European Parliament will vote on the amendments to the Commission's proposal to increase flexibility from 20% to 50%. CEMA prepapared voting recommendations for the European Parliament

7 Mar, 2011

Press release: European Tractor Market 2010

Data collected by CEMA suggests that the total market for tractors in those 19 countries of Europe covered by its statistical analysis decreased by 9.4% in 2010 with the 5 largest markets of France, Germany, Italy, UK and Spain all seeing market declines in what proved to be a tough year. However, a recovery started in the latter months and CEMA expects that there will be an increase in sales in 2011.

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