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Getting Things Done for Manufacturersopens in new window
02
Jun
2020
www.agrimarketingdigital.com
How Vermeer’s Mary Andringa Becomes the First Woman in the AEM Hall of Fameopens in new window
One mile across, seven facilities, and the need to grow their Pella, Iowa plant physically to meet demand in a new market is where Mary Andringa found the company founded by her father, Gary Vermeer. That’s when she was challenged by a board member to think about the problem sustainably, and not just build another building, as the company started entering the directional boring market, now a major business unit for Vermeer Corporation.
01
Jun
2020
aggregatesandminingtoday.com
A Look Back at the 2008 AEM Hall of Fame Classopens in new window
In 2001, after years of cooperation, the Milwaukee-based Construction Industry Manufacturers Association (CIMA) and the Chicago-based, agriculture-focused Equipment Manufacturer's Institute (EMI) officially combined into today's Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). Seven years later, in 2008, AEM revived its Hall of Fame, formerly a CIMA project in the 1990s.
28
May
2020
www.constructionequipmentguide.com
The First Combined AEM Hall of Fame Class Twelve Years Lateropens in new window
In 2001, after years of cooperation, the Milwaukee-based Construction Industry Manufacturers Association (CIMA) and the Chicago-based, agriculture-focused Equipment Manufacturer’s Institute (EMI) officially combined into today’s Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). Seven years later, in 2008, AEM revived their Hall of Fame, formerly a CIMA project in the 1990s.
28
May
2020
lectura.press
The First Combined AEM Hall of Fame Class Twelve Years Lateropens in new window
MILWAUKEE – In 2001, after years of cooperation, the Milwaukee-based Construction Industry Manufacturers Association (CIMA) and the Chicago-based, agriculture-focused Equipment Manufacturer’s Institute (EMI) officially combined into today’s Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). Seven years later, in 2008, AEM revived their Hall of Fame, formerly a CIMA project in the 1990s.
27
May
2020
constructionshows.com
HOW VERMEER'S MARY ANDRINGA BECAME THE FIRST WOMAN IN THE AEM HALL OF FAMEopens in new window
One mile across, seven facilities, and the need to grow their Pella, Iowa plant physically to meet demand in a new market is where Mary Andringa found the company founded by her father, Gary Vermeer. That's when she was challenged by a board member to think about the problem sustainably, and not just build another building, as the company started entering the directional boring market, now a major business unit for Vermeer Corporation.
26
May
2020
www.agrimarketing.com
U.S. Ag Equipment Sales Increased in April 2020opens in new window
Unit sales of agricultural tractors and self-propelled combines in April 2020 rose in the U.S. according to the latest data from the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), putting total unit sales year-to-date roughly flat with 2019.
22
May
2020
www.oemoffhighway.com
How Vermeer’s Mary Andringa drove a lean machine company to become the first woman in the AEM Hall of Fameopens in new window
One mile across, seven facilities, and the need to grow their Pella, Iowa plant physically to meet demand in a new market is where Mary Andringa found the company founded by her father, Gary Vermeer. That’s when she was challenged by a board member to think about the problem sustainably, and not just build another building, as the company started entering the directional boring market, now a major business unit for Vermeer Corporation.
21
May
2020
constructionlinks.ca
Farm Equipment Sales Better Than Expected, but Industry Not All Rosyopens in new window
A report of farm machinery sales in March hinted at the possible coming impact of COVID-19 on the industry. The pandemic, some speculated, would bring down the hammer on sales in April. But that did not happen.
21
May
2020
agfax.com
Steady as She Goesopens in new window
A report of farm machinery sales in March hinted at the possible coming impact of COVID-19 on the industry. The pandemic, some speculated, would bring down the hammer on sales in April. But that did not happen.
18
May
2020
www.dtnpf.com
AEM Invites Nominations for 2020 Hall of Fame Classopens in new window
The AEM Hall of Fame recognizes the pioneers whose inventions, ideas, leadership and courage have contributed to the industry and our community’s quality of life. Since 2008, the AEM Hall of Fame has honored pioneering individuals who invented, managed, built and led the off-road equipment industry, and includes luminaries from John Deere and J.I. Case to William Smith Otis and Benjamin Holt.
17
May
2020
aggregatesandminingtoday.com
CANADIAN TRACTOR SALES DOWN 6% IN APRIL, COMBINES SALES DOWN 30%opens in new window
According to the Association of Equipment Manufacturers' monthly "Flash Report," the sales of all tractors in Canada in 2020 are down 13% from last year.
15
May
2020
www.agrimarketing.com
Ag equipment sales take hit in 2020opens in new window
Benjamin Duyck, director of market intelligence for the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), noted that the worst outlook for 2020 projects a 26% reduction in agricultural equipment sales. In addition to COVID-19, Duyck said a lot of uncertainty remains stemming from the sources of demand for food and, subsequently, equipment.
15
May
2020
www.feedstuffs.com
Canadian tractor sales down in Aprilopens in new window
Canadian tractor sales are down 13 percent year-over-year, according to the Association of Equipment Manufacturers' monthly "Flash Report."
15
May
2020
www.rfdtv.com
AEM offers PPE connection to member companiesopens in new window
The Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) says it has teamed up with The Marek Group to provide what it calls “a hub for businesses to find COVID-19 supplies, including personal protective equipment (PPE), sanitizing supplies and display graphics to promote and protect safety in the workplace.”
14
May
2020
www.recyclingtoday.com
ASSN OF EQUIPMENT MFGRS, MAREK TO PROVIDE A HUB FOR BUSINESSES TO FIND COVID-19 PROTECTION SUPPLIESopens in new window
As communities, states, and companies decide whether and when to re-open for business in this unusual time of pandemic-induced isolation, one question weighs heaviest on decision makers: Once we decide to re-open, how do we do it safely?
14
May
2020
www.agrimarketing.com
AEM Connecting Manufacturers with Safety Supplies as Businesses Plan to Return to Workopens in new window
As communities, states, and companies decide whether and when to re-open for business in this unusual time of pandemic-induced isolation, one question weighs heaviest on decision makers: Once we decide to re-open, how do we do it safely? Starting today , the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) and The Marek Group are teaming up to provide a hub for businesses to find COVID-19 supplies, including personal protective equipment (PPE), sanitizing supplies, and display graphics to promote and protect safety in the workplace.
14
May
2020
www.hr.com
Association of Equipment Manufacturers Invites Nominations for 2020 Hall of Fameopens in new window
The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) Hall of Fame recognizes the pioneers whose inventions, ideas, leadership and courage have contributed to the industry and the community's quality of life. Since 2008, the AEM Hall of Fame has honored pioneering individuals who invented, managed, built and led the off-road equipment industry, and includes luminaries from John Deere and J.I. Case to William Smith Otis and Benjamin Holt.
14
May
2020
www.constructionequipmentguide.com
AEM invites Hall of Fame nominationsopens in new window
The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) is inviting nominations for this year’s Hall of Fame, with a closing date of June 12 for names to be put forward.
14
May
2020
www.khl.com
AEM Releases April 2020 Ag Equipment Sales Numbersopens in new window
Unit sales of agricultural tractors and combines in April 2020 rose in the U.S., according to the latest data from the Association of Equipment Manufacturers. The April increase puts total unit sales year-to-date roughly flat with 2019. Curt Blades, senior vice president of Ag Services for AEM, says, “The COVID-19 crisis is certainly causing some uncertainty in farm income and ag equipment purchases for the balance of the year.”
14
May
2020
americanagnetwork.com
AEM RELEASES APRIL 2020 AG EQUIPMENT SALES NUMBERSopens in new window
Unit sales of agricultural tractors and combines in April 2020 rose in the U.S., according to the latest data from the Association of Equipment Manufacturers. The April increase puts total unit sales year-to-date roughly flat with 2019.
14
May
2020
www.agnews890.com
Ag Equipment Sales: April’s YTD Action Roughly Flatopens in new window
Unit sales of agricultural tractors and self-propelled combines in April 2020 rose in the U.S. according to the latest data from the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), putting total unit sales year-to-date roughly flat with 2019.
13
May
2020
agfax.com
Canadian farm equipment sales continue to slide through the end of Aprilopens in new window
Unit sales of agricultural tractors and self-propelled combines in April 2020 rose in the U.S., according to the latest data from the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). This puts total unit sales year-to-date roughly flat with 2019, while the Canadian numbers show continued weakness compared to 2019.
13
May
2020
www.realagriculture.com
Year-To-Date Farm Machinery Sales ‘Roughly Flat’ with 2019opens in new window
Unit sales of agricultural tractors and self-propelled combines in April 2020 rose in the U.S. according to the latest data from the Assn. of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), putting total unit sales year-to-date roughly flat with 2019.
13
May
2020
www.agequipmentintelligence.com
April ag equipment sales numbers put year-to-date sales roughly flatopens in new window
Unit sales of agricultural tractors and self-propelled combines in April 2020 rose in the U.S., according to the latest data from the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), putting total unit sales year to date (YTD) roughly flat with 2019.
13
May
2020
www.progressiveforage.com
2020 Conexpo ConAgg & IFPE / Las Vegasopens in new window
An interview with Pedro Martin, international marketing manager with the Association of Equipment Manufacturers
13
May
2020
www.youtube.com
The Trenchless Technology Podcast Episode 5: COVID-19 Pandemic Impact on Equipment Manufacturingopens in new window
On this episode, AEM president Dennis Slater offers insight on the short- and long-term effects the COVID-19 pandemic will have on equipment manufacturers. He also talks about a recent AEM survey with CEOs and their opinions on the supply chain.
06
May
2020
www.trenchlesstechnology.com
ICUEE Is Now the Utility Expoopens in new window
05
May
2020
www.constructionequipmentguide.com
Changes Coming For ICUEE?opens in new window
29
Apr
2020
dieselprogress.com
AEM Presents Davidson Awardsopens in new window
02
Mar
2020
Ag innovations receive Davidson Prize at Commodity Classic