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Case IH and New Holland partner with MacDon Industries

Case IH and New Holland partner with MacDon Industries

By Andrew Joseph, Farms.com, Photo by Manncy Becerra on Unsplash

Partnership alignments to work on manufacturing and distribution of co-branded combine draper headers.

MacDon Industries, a manufacturer of high-quality, high-performance harvesting equipment, has partnered up with both Case IH and New Holland Agriculture for work related to combine draper headers.

For New Holland, a global leader in the field of agricultural machinery, MacDon will provide distribution of a full line of co-branded combine draper headers through New Holland dealers worldwide (but not South America) beginning in early 2022.

MacDon will manufacture co-branded draper headers for Case IH’s Axial Flow combines, which will be available for order in early 2022 at Case IH global dealers (again, except for South America). Case IH is also a worldwide leader in the production of agriculture and farm equipment.

Carlo Lambro, Brand President, New Holland Agriculture said: “By leveraging the strength of New Holland’s world-leading combine harvester product line and dealer network with MacDon’s world-leading combine draper header expertise and products, together we will provide a best-in-class harvesting package for our dealers and customers.”

The new, co-branded draper headers will add to New Holland’s line-up of combine headers. Its production of Varifeed grain headers and CornMaster corn headers will continue and expand its ability to offer the best header solutions for its customers.

Scott Harris, Case IH Global President said, “Case IH and MacDon have a shared legacy and goal of making harvesting easier and more productive for North American farmers. By pairing Case IH’s industry-leading portfolio of Axial-Flow combines and a robust dealer network with MacDon’s draper header expertise and products, we aim to deliver a best-in-class harvesting package for producers.”


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