MACHINERY

Väderstad reports record earnings

SWEDISH cultivation and seeding specialist, Väderstad, has reported a 27 per cent jump in sales to achieve a record turnover of more than €300 million (AU $474 million) in 2018.

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 Väderstad president Mats Båverud, senior vice president global sales and marketing, Mattias Hovnert and Landpower head of product – Australia, Paul Birbeck during their whistle-stop tour to southern NSW recently. Picture courtesy Claas Harvest Centre.

Väderstad president Mats Båverud, senior vice president global sales and marketing, Mattias Hovnert and Landpower head of product – Australia, Paul Birbeck during their whistle-stop tour to southern NSW recently. Picture courtesy Claas Harvest Centre.

Net profit after financial items amounted to €11.8 million (AU $18.65 million). The Väderstad range, which includes Seed Hawk air seeders, Tempo Rapid seed drills, Carrier disc cultivators and Top Down...

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