New Holland in Maschio Gaspardo Agreement

New Holland Agriculture has signed a supply agreement with Maschio Gaspardo, a leading
manufacturer of agricultural equipment for tillage, seeding and planting, fertilization, crop protection, green maintenance and haymaking. Available exclusively through New Holland dealerships from 2021, selected Disc Harrow and Subsoiler models will be manufactured by Maschio Gaspardo for New Holland.

Carlo Lambro

Brand President of New Holland Agriculture, stated: “We are very pleased with our new partnership with Maschio Gaspardo. At New Holland, we are constantly looking at improving and extending our offering to provide our customers around the world with innovative and complete solutions to their farming needs. In Maschio Gaspardo we have a partner with a long-standing experience and a leader in its field, so that with this agreement, we are bringing their first-rate products to our customers, further widening the choice of implements to meet their tillage requirements with high-quality equipment.”

Mirco Maschio

President of Maschio Gaspardo Group, added: “Maschio Gaspardo already has a consolidated OEM supply partnership with New Holland. We are proud of this new prestigious project as it also confirms the high-quality standards achieved by Maschio Gaspardo for its products and the offered customer service. It is another important building block for our growth.”

First products

The first products to be supplied under the agreement will include the SDM and SDH Compact Speed Disc Cultivators, and the SUM and SUH Subsoilers with these models ideally suited to New Holland’s tractor ranges from the T5 Series tractors up to the 300-hp T7 Heavy Duty. The new products will first be launched in key European markets in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Sweden, Spain and the UK.

Photo of Maschio Gaspardo implement produced in New Holland Blue
Maschio Gaspardo, produced in New Holland Blue

Full details can be found at https://agriculture.newholland.com/eu/en-uk

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