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CLIMMAR Magazine 2017

CLIMMAR magazine 2017: lifting European dealers and the whole industry to a next level

CLIMMAR, the international distributors network of currently 16 national European associations, proudly presents its 2017 magazine, the first of this magnitude since the organisation was founded. It’s an important step forward with which we want to give an insight in the activities of our members from all over Europe who currently represent a total of 17.164 dealers and 141.950 employees.

This magazine of 56 pages, available in English and in German, contains detailed information about the various activities of CLIMMAR, including:

  • Statistical figures by the Branch Reports on the development of markets and structures, conjuncture trends and companies’ averages. With detailed statistical information about agricultural dealerships in Europe

  • Results of the annual Dealer Satisfaction Index (DSI) with which CLIMMAR investigates the relationship between the tractor dealers and their brands

  • Reports on Training & Education programs as the promotion of the trade of Agricultural machinery and equipment mechanic is one of the focus points of CLIMMAR

  • Lobby issues for which CLIMMAR meets on a regular base with relevant stakeholders

Furthermore, the CLIMMAR magazine includes detailed information about each member association. This includes the several activities and key points each member association undertakes for their members, as well as an overview of the contact details of each of the 16 member associations.

As per request, a limited amount of printed copies in English and in German are also available. Please send your contact details to bartlema@fedecom.nl.

 

Press contact:
Jelle Bartlema, Secretary-General of CLIMMAR
E-mail: bartlema@fedecom.nl, mobile: +31 (0)65 180 39 15

Source: CLIMMAR

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