Ad astra per aspera (through hardships to the stars), this is the motto of Kansas, a North American state where the AGCO Corporation maintains one of its most powerful divisions.  AgroCentre customers have recently paid a visit there.

This year,  JCB came to the Russian market with an innovative multi-purpose system, LiveLink, for monitoring each step of the machine in real-time mode. During a training session held for them by representatives of JCB, the AgroCentre specialists familiarised themselves with capabilities of the LiveLink system.

Today, the hero of our publication is the Carrier stubble cultivator from the Vaderstad Company. Our partners shared their opinions on how this machine looked in operation.

Since the end of last year, the Kverneland Group CIS has been headed by Robert Zisack. Previously, he successfully ran the Moscow representation of GEA Westphalia Separator and worked for the German Academy of Management.

AgroCentre is doing its utmost to bring servicing closer to the customers' farms. And its efforts are duly rewarded. The company is not only expanding its “servicing geography,” but is also improving the capabilities of its servicing centres.

On April 25th in a 24 hours race a Tempo F8 planted 212 hectares of corn at an average speed of 18 km per hour. A 42% increase in capacity per row unit compared to the official world record carried out with a 24 row planter.

In the new season, AGCO has prepared an array of new products for farmers. AgroCentre customers who attended the presentation of equipment in Simferopol could see them all for themselves. 

Technical re-equipment of farming enterprises of the Tyumen oblast became the number one topic of the Agricultural Sector 2013 Trade Show. This year the show was held on an especially large scale. About 40 suppliers presented 110 state-of-the-art machines to  agricultural producers of Tyumen oblast. Over 20 of them were demonstrated by AgroCentreZakharovo.