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Press Releases June 26, 2017
Deere purchases Italian sprayer manufacturer
John Deere has announced that it has purchased Mazzotti, a privately owned sprayer manufacturer based in Ravenna, Italy.
“Mazzotti is known for its innovation as well as its unique knowledge, designs and expertise in the sprayer industry,” said John May, Deere & Company President, Agricultural Solutions & Chief Information Officer. “The acquisition of Mazzotti provides John Deere with an opportunity to serve more customers in European markets.”
Mazzotti, a 30 year old family owned business, will maintain its name, trademark, and commercial agreements and will continue serving customers with high quality products and services. As a result of today’s announcement, May said, Mazzotti will have the full support and commitment of John Deere to enhance its already successful sprayer business.
Lawnmower man drives the distance
Prison officer Andy Maxfield from Inskip in Lancashire has completed his epic journey from John O’Groats to Land’s End on a John Deere lawn tractor, while raising several thousand pounds for Alzheimer’s Society.
John Deere announces partnership with Väderstad in Russia and Ukraine
Deere & Company said today it has signed an agreement to cooperate with Väderstad to sell its products through the John Deere dealer channel in Russia and Ukraine.
Driving the distance for dementia
HMP Kirkham prison officer Andy Maxfield from Inskip in Lancashire is finalising plans to set a brand new Guinness World Record by driving from John O’Groats to Land’s End on a John Deere lawn tractor, while raising money for Alzheimer’s Society.
Northern Ireland farmer wins European tractor drivers’ crown
Sam Graham, a farmer from Killinchy in County Down, beat off tough competition from farmers and contractors representing 13 European countries to win the European Drivers' Championship 2017, organised jointly by John Deere and Michelin. The runners-up were David Durand from France and Stefan Häkansson from Sweden.