John Deere boosts spare parts stock

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Spare John Deere parts will be in plentiful supply ahead of harvest season

John Deere customers will have better access to spare parts after the manufacturer had 110 tonnes of goods arrive in Melbourne this week on a dedicated freighter.

This is in addition to Deere also doubling its weekly supply of parts by adding 10 tonnes of cargo capacity per week over recent months.

After arriving, the special 110 tonne delivery will be dispatched to John Deere’s Australia and New Zealand Distribution Centre, also in Melbourne.

The distribution centre has more than 133,000 lines in stock to assist with more than 340 current models of John Deere machinery, plus earlier generation models.


John Deere has secured an extra 110 tonnes of spare parts to service its product range

Deere’s Australia and New Zealand managing director Luke Chandler says the delivery will help provide farmers which quicker access to parts they need during harvest.

"We know harvest is often the single biggest and most important event on the calendar for broadacre enterprises, and that it is not only critical to the bottom line of farm businesses but also to the consistent and secure flow of high-quality food to the world," he says.

"This is why we have worked to prioritise securing this additional capacity to boost our in-flow of stock — to place us on the front foot in resourcing what is on course to, for a number of key growing areas, be another outstanding crop for our dedicated grain growers."

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