With its unique knowledge of barn automation, Lely will focus fully on the development of robotics, such as milking robots, the use of data and other innovations to improve efficiency, sustainability and animal welfare on dairy farms.
The production of forage harvesting machines in Maassluis will be ended by 31 March 2018. The production locations in both Wolfenbüttel and Waldstetten (Germany) will become part of AGCO.
For further information please contact Sergio Ooijens, Lely International Marketing & Communication, email@example.com, + 31 (0)6 2424 3237.
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