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2013 Global Strategic Business Report on the Global Haying Machinery Market

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Dublin, Oct. 10, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/s3dgp9/haying_machinery) has announced the addition of the "Haying Machinery - Global Strategic Business Report" report to their offering.

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Haying Machinery in US$ Million. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East, and Latin America. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2010 through 2018. Also, a six-year historic analysis is provided for these markets.

The report profiles 52 companies including many key and niche players such as AGCO Corp., Alois Pöttinger Maschinenfabrik Ges.m.b.H, Buhler Industries, Inc., CLAAS KGaA mbH, CNH Global N.V., Deere & Company, Kubota Corp., Kverneland Group, Kuhn Group, and Lely Group.

Key Topics Covered:

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS

  • Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1
  • Disclaimers I-2
  • Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2
  • Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3
  • Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3
  • Types of Haying Machinery I-3
  • Mower I-3
  • Tedder I-3
  • Rakes I-3
  • Balers I-4

II. Executive Summary

1. GLOBAL MARKET OVERVIEW II-1

  • Haying Machinery - A Prelude II-1
  • Market Drivers and Barriers for Haying Machinery II-2
  • Forage Quality: An Important Factor for Choosing Haying Equipment II-2
  • Health of Livestock Sector: An Important Factor Governing Demand for Haying Machinery II-3
  • 2008-2010 - Tough Years for Haying Machinery Market II-3
  • Current & Future Analysis II-4
  • Competitive Scenario II-4
  • Leading Players in the Haying Machinery Market II-4

2. MARKET TREND AND GROWTH DRIVERS II-5

  • Population Explosion: A Key Factor Driving Demand II-5
  • Developing Regions Push Forward the Market II-5
  • Custom Harvesters to Drive Demand for Haying Machinery Embedded with Fleet Management Technology II-5
  • Farm Consolidation Drives Demand for Larger Equipment II-6
  • Market Strong for High Capacity, Advanced Balers II-6
  • Net Wrap Takes Precedence Over Twine II-7
  • Precision Farming Techniques: A Business Case for Haying Machinery II-7
  • Telematics - The Next Generation Revolution II-8

3. A FOCUS ON THE AGRICULTURE EQUIPMENT INDUSTRY II-9

  • Agricultural Equipment Market: A Quick Primer II-9
  • Key Statistics II-10
  • Recession Impact on Agricultural Equipment Market in Retrospect II-11
  • Mechanization of Farm Practices Dictate Demand Patterns in the Agricultural Equipment Market II-12
  • Government Subsidies - An Important Component Supporting Farm Mechanization II-13
  • Farm Tractors, the Leading Equipment Type II-13

4. GLOBAL LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION - AN OVERVIEW II-15

  • Differences in Growth in the Developed and Developed World II-15
  • Three Major Demand Determinants for Livestock Products in Developing Countries II-16
  • Global Livestock Production Growth - A Synopsis for Period between 1990 and 2010 II-16

5. PRODUCT OVERVIEW II-19

  • Agricultural Machinery II-19
  • Farming Practices - A Regional Perspective II-19
  • Large-Scale, Capital-Intensive Farming II-19
  • Medium-Scale Farming II-19
  • Small-Scale Farming II-19
  • Hay Making II-19
  • Types of Haying Machinery II-20
  • Mowers II-20
  • Sickle Bar Mower II-20
  • Disc or Rotary Mower II-20
  • Conditioner Mowers II-21
  • Tedder II-21
  • Rakes II-21
  • Balers II-22
  • Description of Machinery in Use and Total Hay Output for Varying Sizes of Hay Acreage II-22

6. PRODUCT INNOVATIONS/INTRODUCTIONS II-23

  • John Deere Unveils New Range of Round Balers II-23
  • Vermeer Extends Wheel Rake Range II-23
  • Deere & Company Introduces John Deere B-Wrap™ II-23
  • Vermeer Unveils BPX9000 Bale Processor II-24
  • John Deere Launches M Series Mower Conditioners II-24
  • New Holland Unveils New Roll Baler Line II-24
  • McHale Unveils Fixed Chamber Balers II-25
  • Massey Ferguson Unveils New Self-Propelled Windrowers II-25
  • John Deere Introduces Triple-Mounted Mower-Conditioner II-26
  • Massey Ferguson Launches Hesston® 1363 10-Foot Side Pull Disc Mower Conditioner II-26
  • Claas Introduces Quadrant Moco, Balers and Rakes II-26
  • Oxbo International Launches Oxbo 4334 Merger for Forage Industry II-27
  • KUHN Expands Haying Equipment Range II-27
  • McHale Unveils a Variable Chamber Baler, V660 II-28
  • Kuhn Unveils GMD 3150 Mower II-28
  • Kuhn Unveils PZ 170 Drum Mowers II-28
  • Kuhn Launches SR 600 GII SpeedRake II-29
  • Vermeer Rolls Out New Heavy Duty TM850 Trailed Mower II-29

7. PRODUCT INNOVATIONS/INTRODUCTIONS IN THE RECENT PAST - A PERSPECTIVE BUILDER II-30

  • Krone Unveils New Products for Upcoming Silage and Hay Season II-30
  • Pöttinger Rolls Out Novacat X8 Line of Combination Mowers II-30
  • Alamo Group® Launch 1400, 1600 and 1900 Boom Mowers II-30
  • Land Pride Launches 13 Novel Products II-31
  • Bush Hog Unveils Rotary Tedders and Hay Rakes II-31
  • Kuhn Group Introduces new Series of Speedrakes II-31
  • John Deere Launches 400 Series of Self-propelled Windrowers II-32
  • John Deere Launches 180-engine hp 7530 Premium II-32
  • Kuhn Launched Dual-Rotor Rake and Fast-Fit Quick Blade Release System II-33
  • Frontier Equipment Launches DC100 Disc Mower Caddy II-34
  • Frontier Equipment Unveils Hay Tedders II-34
  • 8. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY II-35
  • John Deere Inks Strategic Agreement with MacDon II-35
  • Kubota Acquires Kverneland Group II-35
  • Kuhn Acquires Krause Corporation II-35
  • Deere and Kuhn Form a Strategic Alliance II-35
  • AGCO to Remodel Hesston Manufacturing Plant II-36
  • AGCO Takes over Shandong Dafeng Machinery II-36
  • Titan Machinery Acquires Fairbanks International II-36

9. CORPORATE ACTIVITY IN THE RECENT PAST - A PERSPECTIVE BUILDER II-37

  • Kubota Signs Deal with Vermeer II-37
  • AGCO Acquires Sparex Holdings II-37
  • Rocky Mountain Acquires K&M Farm Equipment II-37
  • AGCO Takes over Laverda Harvesting II-37
  • Arts Way Acquires Round Hay Baler Product Range from M&W II-38
  • Bucher Takes over Swiss Distribution of Kuhn's Agricultural Machinery II-38
  • Cervus Equipment Acquires Minority Stake in Maple Farm II-38
  • SIAM Advanced Machinery Enters into Partnership with DAS II-38
  • Mitsubishi and Mahindra & Mahindra Ink Agreement to Transfer Farming Technology II-39
  • PFG Australia and Same Deutz-Fahr Ink Distribution Agreement II-39
  • Implement Sales and Breviglieri Ink Sales Agreement II-39
  • Cornwall Farmers Divests Machinery Division II-39
  • CNH and OJSC KAMAZ Form Joint Venture II-39
  • Deutz, Bosch, and Eberspaecher to Form Joint Venture II-40
  • Mahindra and Chinese Partner to Upgrade Facilities in China II-40
  • Titan Machinery Takes Over Valley Farm Equipment II-41
  • Titan Machinery Inc. Takes Over Oskaloosa Implement II-41
  • Lincoln International Bank Represents CC Industries in Bush Hog LLC's Sale Transaction II-41
  • Titan Machinery Snaps up Lickness Bros. Implement II-41
  • Titan Machinery Takes Over Winger Implement II-42
  • Rocky Mountain Dealerships Takes Over Heartland Equipment Limited II-42
  • Titan Machinery Inks Agreement Takes Over Arthur Mercantile II-42
  • Massey Ferguson Selects East Tennessee Tractor as its Dealer II-43
  • Omsklidagromash, an Agricultural Machinery Producing Facility Set Up in Omsk Oblast II-43
  • SDF Expands its Indian Manufacturing Facility II-43
  • AGCO Teams Up with Topcon II-43
  • Bucher Industries Acquires Kverneland Group II-44
  • Yanmar Agricultural Equipment Announces Merger into Yanmar Co. II-44

10. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS II-45

  • AGCO Corp. (US) II-45
  • Alois Pöttinger Maschinenfabrik Ges.m.b.H (Austria) II-45
  • Buhler Industries, Inc. (Canada) II-46
  • CLAAS KGaA mbH (Germany) II-46
  • CNH Global N.V. (Netherlands) II-47
  • Deere & Company (John Deere) (US) II-47
  • Kubota Corp. (Japan) II-48
  • Kverneland Group (Norway) II-48
  • Kuhn Group (France) II-49
  • Lely Group (The Netherlands) II-50

11. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE II-51

III. Market

1. The United States

2. Canada

3. Japan

4. Europe

4A. France

4B. Germany

4C. Italy

4D. The United Kingdom

4E. Spain

4F. Russia

4G. Rest of Europe

5. Asia-Pacific

6. The Middle East & Africa

7. Latin America

IV. Competitive Landscape


Total Companies Profiled: 52 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 73)

  • The United States (17)
  • Canada (2)
  • Japan (2)
  • Europe (44)
  • - France (2)
  • - Germany (6)
  • - The United Kingdom (8)
  • - Italy (12)
  • - Rest of Europe (16)
  • Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (7)
  • Latin America (1)

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