June 3, 2022
King Willem Alexander opens renewed Lely Campus
We are very proud that His Majesty King Willem Alexander will open the renewed Lely Campus in Maassluis on 30 June.
June 2, 2022
Lely Unveils New North America Business Complex, Lely Park
Pella, Iowa, June 2, 2022 — Today, Lely held the grand opening of its new business hub and complex, Lely Park. The investment in the campus supports the long-term vision of the team in North America and around the world to create “A sustainable, profitable and enjoyable future in farming.”
June 1, 2022
Lely releases annual review 2021
Today, on World Milk Day, Lely releases its annual review. Read all about our progress, results and challenges in 2021.
April 8, 2022
Donate for Ukraine
Every day we see terrible news about the situation in Ukraine. Of course, Lely wants to offer help. Preferably as concrete as possible, so that we know that our help and contribution will reach the right destination. One of our colleagues who works in the crisis region, is in contact with a local party, AgroFrost, that offers local support. AgroFrost is the Mueller dealer of Lely Center L-Ukraine and is located in the city of Soemy.
March 11, 2022
Lely Smart Feeding on Tour
The Lely Smart Feeding truck is on the road again to visit farmers throughout Europe during the Smart Feeding Tour. During this tour Lely aims to connect with farmers to share information and experiences about feed management, the needs of different herds and cow health.
March 4, 2022
Lely discontinues commercial activities in Russia and Belarus
Lely is shocked by Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine. The Ukrainian people are in the midst of a war and face great uncertainty. Our thoughts are with the people directly affected by this crisis. Lely condemns Russia’s invasion and is immediately ceasing commercial activities in the region. This means that we will stop supplying robots to Russia and Belarus. We will continue to supply spare parts and consumables to our existing customers in these countries, considering that otherwise cow welfare and food supply in the region would be compromised.