They're going to have to join the 170hp+ world if they want to do any good.
With figures like that it can’t be sustainable to have any sort of Uk headquarters/parts warehouse, go back 10 years ago the likes of rickerbys and Riverlea would have sold 100s of mccormicks each. Since they closed Doncaster and the known Doncaster tractors gone they have lost the customers that followed for generations and also lost most of their multi depot large dealersHow much longer can Agri Argo survive on those numbers?
Yes Probably, not criticising as such a unit sold is a unit sold at the end of the day after all and you can’t argue with the numbers just in the context of the forum it would be interesting to find out the actual number sold to AG applicationsHaven't Deere been doing the same for years?
That's the same with John deere too. That's what brings there numbers up. Obviously they sell big numbers of ag tractors too but if you took the small tractors etc out of it then their lead wouldn't be so big.includes all their Not really a true reflection of their inroads into AG market.