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DLG / 20 September 2021
DLG-Waldtage 2022 event on the horizon: Exciting program awaits visitors

Press release / (Frankfurt am Main) The exhibitor registration phase for DLG-Waldtage 2022, the leading venue for forestry, has commenced. The organizer DLG (German Agricultural Society) has finalized the topics for the accompanying technical program of the open-air trade fair to be held in Lichtenau in Germany, from 9 to 11 September, 2022. “With the DLG Waldtage 2022.. » read more


Agritechnica 2019, © ballensilage.com
Agritechnica 2019, © ballensilage.com

DLG / 14 September 2021
In demand among farmers and contractors: Continued strong visitor interest in AGRITECHNICA 2022

Press release / (Frankfurt am Main) Six months ahead of the trade fair, visitor interest in AGRITECHNICA 2022 continues to grow. Around 94 percent of visitors surveyed are considering visiting the world’s leading trade fair for agricultural machinery in Hanover, Germany. 58 percent are already.. » read more


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© Claas

Claas / 14 September 2021
New professional equipment features for JAGUAR 900 forage harvesters from CLAAS

Press release / (Harsewinkel) The forage harvesters of the JAGUAR 900 model series now benefit from a raft of new features associated with the feeder unit, the corncracker, and the silage additive dosing system. Further new developments are available for the ORBIS and PICK UP front attachments. Consistent crop flow and higher throughput.. » read more


Pöttinger-factory in Grieskirchen, © Pöttinger
Pöttinger-factory in Grieskirchen, © Pöttinger

Pöttinger / 03 September 2021
PÖTTINGER breaks the 400 million mark in its anniversary year

Press release / (Grieskirchen / A) Despite the enormous challenges presented by the pandemic, the Austrian family-owned company PÖTTINGER has written another chapter of success in its 150-year history: In the financial year 2020/2021, PÖTTINGER once again achieved the highest turnover in its history of EUR 405 million, exceeding the 400 million mark for the first time.. » read more


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