Green light: Deere and Kramer get the ‘go-ahead’ for major deal

John Deere announced back on July 6 that it planned to invest in German machinery manufacturer Kramer-Werke GmbH to create a “long-term alliance”.

The proposed deal, between John Deere and Kramer (a division of Wacker Neuson SE), has now been approved by anti-trust authorities in the European Commission.

This will enable the supply of “material-handling equipment solutions” for distribution through John Deere’s dealer network – under the Kramer trademark.


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