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VDMA Fördertechnik und Intralogistik wählt neuen Vorsitzenden

Am heutigen Dienstag hat der Vorstand des VDMA Fachverbands Fördertechnik und Intralogistik Dr. Klaus-Dieter Rosenbach für die nächsten vier Jahre zum Vorstandsvorsitzenden gewählt.

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Guide for the design of the interface between industrial trucks and attachments

More than 80% of all counterbalanced industrial trucks and a multitude of other industrial trucks are nowadays used with attachments.

VDMA: Agricultural machinery manufacturers concentrating on long-term stimulation of demand

The European agricultural technology industry asserts itself in difficult market environment. “After being on a roll for several years, ...

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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.



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

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.

VDMA Agricultural Machinery Association: Farmers on investment course worldwide

Frankfurt am Main, 4 June 2013 – 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.