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Worldwide News 2014.06.04.

VDMA: Agricultural machinery industry expects a pause in growth after four-year economic upturn – "Level continues to be very high"

After a strong, four-year economic upturn, the agricultural machinery industry is currently registering somewhat lower sales. "Following the seven percent global growth in the industry last year we expect a decrease of three to five percent this year, although we continue to be at a distinctly high level", said Dr. Bernd Scherer, Managing Director of VDMA Landtechnik, on Tuesday at the presentation of this year's VDMA economic report in Frankfurt. 

Worldwide News 2014.02.11.

VDMA Agricultural Machinery: Strong sales growth for agricultural machinery and tractor manufacturers - "Consistent dynamics of the production site Germany"

Frankfurt/Main, 2014-02-10 – The agricultural machinery industry has achieved a new record turnover in Germany last year. The VDMA Agricultural Machinery Association presented the annual results for 2013 on Monday in Frankfurt: sales increased by nine percent to 8.36 billion euros. "Seen in the global context, the dynamics of the production site Germany confirms its top position", commented Dr. Hermann Garbers, Chairman of the VDMA Agricultural Machinery Association, the positive result. According to preliminary calculation of the VDMA, the agricultural machinery industry grew worldwide by seven per cent in 2013, whereas only by nearly five percent in Europe.

Worldwide News 2013.11.20.

VDMA Agricultural Machinery Association: Professional agricultural machinery more attractive than ever – “Agritechnica 2013 providing significant impetus for global agriculture”

Frankfurt am Main, 16 November 2013 – Agricultural machinery manufacturers are very satisfied with the leading international exhibition for their industry, Agritechnica 2013 in Hanover, which concluded on Saturday. “Professional agricultural machinery is now more attractive than ever,” explained VDMA Managing Director Dr. Bernd Scherer, summarising the excellent mood and business situation in the industry at the concluding press conference. “We anticipate that this exhibition will provide a significant impetus for global agriculture,” continued Dr. Scherer.

Worldwide News 2013.09.06.

Clear downward trend on the Russian combine market – “Western manufacturers even more seriously affected due to protectionist measures”

Frankfurt am Main, September 5th, 2013 – The Russian market for combine harvesters declined significantly by more than 20 percent in the first half of this year. “Western manufacturers have been affected by this trend even more seriously than the Russian ones”, stated Dr. Bernd Scherer, Managing Director of VDMA Agricultural Machinery, Europes largest industry organization. For Western brands, the market decline can be quantified with a loss of about 28 percent. “The reason for this mismatch is quite clear. Massive protective duties make it very difficult for Russian farmers to invest in innovative agricultural machinery. In short: These protectionist measures are discriminatory as they do not comply with WTO commitments”, says Scherer emphatically. Since February 25th, a safeguard duty of 27.5 percent has been applied on the customs value of combine harvesters and modules produced by Western manufacturers in Russia. However, this special protective tariff is currently being suspended since July 2013 due to the veto imposed by Kazakhstan.

Worldwide News 2013.06.18.

Strong demand by farmers in Germany and France drives agricultural machinery sales in Europe

Industry association expects solid EU market volume for 2013 Brussels, 17 June 2013 – The manufacturers of agricultural machinery and tractors in Europe can still count on a relatively buoyant domestic market. For 2013, CEMA, the European umbrella association of the agricultural machinery industry, expects an overall market volume of €24.8 billion in the European Union. This would only be four percentage points below the record level of the previous year. “The two largest markets, France and Germany, play a key role in stabilising the European market,” said Dr. Ulrich Adam, Secretary General of CEMA. “We expect the share of these two countries in the total EU market to increase to 44% this year”. In 2012, it was still at 42%.

Worldwide News 2013.06.04.

VDMA Agricultural Machinery Association: Farmers on investment course worldwide

High-tech arable farming and livestock investments currently represent an international trend. In this year’s economic report, the VDMA Agricultural Machinery Association anticipates that in 2013 the production of agricultural machinery will increase by six percent worldwide to €96 billion. “With a market share of more than 30 percent, the European Union, with Germany as its most important production location, continues to play a leading role,” summarised Dr. Bernd Scherer, Managing Director of the VDMA Agricultural Machinery Association. However, last year results for the two locations with the next largest turnover, the USA and China, rose even more significantly. For both countries, above-average growth is also foreseeable for this year.

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A világ mezőgépgyártása 2016/17-ben

Az elmúlt háromévi stagnálás és visszaesés után előreláthatólag 2017-ben újra növekedésnek indult a világ mezőgépipari termelése. A mértékadó adatok szerint (CEMA, VDMA) 2017-ben mintegy 4%-os bővülés lesz mérhető és ezzel a világtermelés volumene újból meghaladja majd a 100 Mrd eurót.

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