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They gone and done it!

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Iowa Farmer

02-10-2001 06:13:27




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Well, CNH Global did it. they sold the Doncaster England plant to Landini S.p.A. Along with the plant they also sold the McCormick name. So now were gonna have Landini-McCormick tractors. The deal has been in the works for a while, but it was just approved over in England. also, could anyone tell me if theres any truth to the rumor that they're gonna take the IH off the tractors?




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Steve

02-10-2001 17:08:41




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 Re: They gone and done it! in reply to Iowa Farmer, 02-10-2001 06:13:27  
I sure hope they don't, but even if they do, I'd rather hitch up a horse than drive a Deere! Put-Put this!!!!!



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MAGNUM

02-10-2001 09:10:33




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 Re: They gone and done it! in reply to Iowa Farmer, 02-10-2001 06:13:27  
caseih wouldn't be what it is today if it hadn't been for IH!



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tommyw

02-10-2001 08:04:33




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 Re: They gone and done it! in reply to Iowa Farmer, 02-10-2001 06:13:27  
i have heard the IH will stay,(kenneth updike posted on red power forum that the IH will stay) cnh had to sell the ford geneies tractor line because of some goverment regs. cnh would be foolish to take off the IH, we are the ones buying tractors.if they ever did take off the ih i would buy a deere.



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big fred

02-10-2001 12:16:09




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 Re: Re: They gone and done it! in reply to tommyw, 02-10-2001 08:04:33  
Never underestimate the stupidity of corporate execs. They either don't understand their customers or they think they know better than their customers or they just don't flat care what their customers think. Exceptions are those few execs that have worked their way thru the ranks of one company and learned their business the hard way.



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Glenn

02-10-2001 18:34:24




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 Re: Re: Re: They gone and done it! in reply to big fred, 02-10-2001 12:16:09  
Amen on that! If CNH executives thought that they could improve the next fiscal quarter's profits by canning the IH name, they'd do it in a minute. I think they'd be cutting their own throats, though.



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