Fendt NA is Growing

AGCO continues to demonstrate their commitment to the Fendt brand here in North America. The newest products are exciting signs of more to come. Maple Lane is pleased to offer the full NA Fendt line, and stands behind the product with the experience of serving our Fendt customers for the past 19 years.

August 27, 2019
DULUTH, Ga. – AGCO Corporation (NYSE: AGCO), a worldwide manufacturer and distributor of agricultural equipment and solutions, continues to invest significantly in FendtTM North America by doubling Fendt dealer locations in the past year while introducing a row crop-friendly tractor and the MOMENTUMTM planter.

With the launch of the revolutionary Fendt IDEALTM combine in 2018, and the introduction of the redesigned, new row crop-friendly Fendt 900 Gen6 series of tractors, AGCO is positioning the Fendt brand as the premium brand of choice for North American farmers and producers. Not only has the Fendt product offering in North America expanded, but so too has the dealer network.

Fendt Dealer Network Expansion – By the Numbers
North America now has a total of 189 Fendt dealership locations. Of that total, 98 are new locations that have joined the Fendt family just in the past year.

Special emphasis was put on placing new Fendt dealerships in areas to best serve prospective customers and existing Fendt owners. Fendt dealerships are now in 37 of the 54 U.S. states and Canadian provinces that are considered large ag markets, or 69 percent of all large ag markets.

“The Fendt dealership expansion is a clear sign of our continued commitment not only to growth in North America, but to an expanded group of customers who, when they learn why Fendt has such a dedicated fan base, will also want to be Fendt owners,” says Bob Crain, senior vice president and general manager, Americas, AGCO. “Our existing Fendt dealers are excited about the new products that meet the needs of North American farmers and our new Fendt dealers look forward to bringing their customers into the Fendt family.

article excerpt posted from AGCO News Release