June 29, 2015
First Lely farm in Turkey
The Lely-Onet Farm is the first farm in Turkey with Lely milking robots. Two Lely Astronaut A4 robots have been placed in a brand new barn in the town of Balıkesir, milking 120 Holstein cows imported from Germany.
June 22, 2015
Lely ceases development of Agrimodem
Lely have today announced they will not further invest in a manure refining system known as Agrimodem. In 2011 Lely made public they intended to bring this product to market through a joint venture with GET, Green Energy Technologies, but they have now decided to focus on other manure refinement opportunities.
April 28, 2015
Ambitious NZ farmers choose Lely again for dairy expansion
The Van Leeuwen Dairy Group in Canterbury who successfully introduced large scale robotic dairying to New Zealand in 2009 with 16 A3 robots, have purchased 24 Lely Astronaut A4 milking robots to be delivered this year. Aad & Wilma van Leeuwen’s choice for Lely comes from their experience with the management of large herds through the Lely concept.
April 17, 2015
LIC and Lely combine sensor technology resources
Lely Group in the Netherlands and New Zealand-based Livestock Improvement Corporation (NZX: LIC) have entered into a new partnership aimed at accelerating developments in sensor technology and increasing utilisation on farms worldwide. The partnership includes the acquisition of Lely Sensortec by LIC.
April 10, 2015
Lely presents awards to suppliers during theme day on chain cooperation
During the yearly Lely supplier day at the company’s headquarters in Maassluis, Lely presented two of their suppliers an achievement award. Over 120 (supplier) participants worked together during a meeting regarding chain cooperation and innovation on April 2nd.
April 10, 2015
Lely Group reports strong 2014 results
Focus on customer value through improved operating efficiency and further development of the farm automation market proves successful. This week the Lely Board of Directors reported the financial results for 2014. Lely recorded significant growth of 5% with a turnover of €617 million. Growth was seen in its Dairy, Forage and After Market divisions.