Feb. 25, 2020
Lely introduces obstacle detection sensors for the Vector feeding robot
The Lely Vector feeding robot is supplied to customers equipped with a fully integrated impact detection bumper. As soon as the bumper senses an obstruction, the machine will stop. With the new obstacle detection sensors, the machine will also stop before it collides with any restrictions in its path. The sensors further increase the safety of people and animals on the farm, and can also prevent damage to vehicles that are parked along the route of the feeding robot.
Nov. 22, 2019
Lely proudly announces Senorics as winner of the first ‘Feed the Future’ challenge
Maassluis, 22 November 2019 – Senorics based in Dresden, Germany is named as the winner of the first edition of ‘Feed the Future by Lely’. Lely, the leading supplier of robotics and data management for the dairy farm, in partnership with Rockstart, one of Europe’s first startup accelerators; scouted talented tech entrepreneurs from around the world who think outside the box. The next generation of tech pioneers who could innovate and improve the dairy industry with technology solutions.
Nov. 7, 2019
Alexander van der Lely invited for lunch with King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima
Today was a special day for our CEO, Alexander van der Lely. Alexander van der Lely was invited by His Majesty King Willem-Alexander and Her Majesty Queen Máxima to be present at the ‘special achievers’ lunch at Noordeinde Palace.
Oct. 17, 2019
Lely expands business in Latin America
Lely is happy to announce that with the recent inauguration of four farms in Latin America, we are further expanding our operations in the Latin America market. We are very excited to see that our technology is being adopted in the region and that automation is seen as the next step for dairy farming.
Sept. 5, 2019
Enhanced Lely Calm calf feeder for optimal hygiene
Lely announces its enhanced automated calf feeding system, the Lely Calm. Key improvements of the new Lely Calm are focused on optimal hygiene. A hygiene box and tailor-made detergents result in a fully automated and thorough cleaning process, leaving no space for bacteria that could harm the calf’s health.
Sept. 2, 2019
Alexander van der Lely to become chairman of the Supervisory Board,
André van Troost nieuwe CEO Lely
Maassluis, 2 September 2019 – An important change will take place in the management of Dutch family business Lely in the coming months. From January 1, the current CEO, Alexander van der Lely, will become the chairman of a newly formed Supervisory Board for Lely. This Supervisory Board must ensure that Lely remains a healthy family business. The current Vice President Customer Care, André van Troost, is appointed as new CEO of the Lely Group as of 1 January 2020. The Executive Board team remains unchanged.