Carraro & John Deere: together again to build the specialized tractors of the future
New worldwide development and supply contract for the John Deere 5G tractors
Rovigo, May 31, 2022 – Another important step forward in the existing relationship between the Carraro Group and John Deere.
John Deere and Carraro Agritalia signed a new worldwide development and supply contract for the John Deere 5G tractors at Agritalia headquarters in Rovigo. This agreement ensures the relationship will continue as both companies look forward to the future.
John Deere and Carraro Agritalia have enjoyed a long relationship since Agritalia first started producing tractors for John Deere in 1997. Many things have changed in the last 25 years, but one thing that won’t is the cooperation between the two companies.
"If the tractors we develop & manufacture in our Rovigo Plant enjoy an excellent reputation today, we owe a lot to our historical partner, and we’re proud John Deere has renewed its trust in us for the years to come" says Marco Stella, General Manager of Carraro Agritalia.
"John Deere is rightfully proud of our global dealer network, the backbone of our customer support team. We are pleased to provide them with a modern, wide range of specialized tractors suitable for applications in vineyards and orchards. The collaboration with Agritalia demonstrates our commitment to providing solutions for the high value crop production customer” states Geremy Larson, Business Relationship Manager, of John Deere.
“As demand for food produced by high value crop producers grows globally, we see significant opportunities to help growers be more productive while addressing the significant challenges of increasing costs. The new Stage V 5G tractors coming soon will demonstrate the next level of operator comfort, ergonomics, and performance. In addition, the new 5G tractors will be ISOBUS and JDLink™ enabled. JDLink allows operators and managers to view and manage machine health and performance as well as moving data wirelessly and effortlessly" confirms Martin Schneider, Small Tractor & HVC Lead, of John Deere.