SRC Logistics names Tom Bates as Chief Financial Officer.
Check out what Joe and Jason will be doing at the 35th anniversary party tomorrow!
AGCO was a big winner at this year’s AE50 awards, picking up five gongs for innovations in a variety of its machines.
The awards, announced last month, are judged by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, making them the country’s most prestigious ag machinery prizes.
They will be presented at the ASABE Agricultural Equipment Technology Conference in Kentucky, USA, this month.
This year’s winning products from Agco included the Hesston by Massey Ferguson WR9900 self-propelled windrowers, the Hesston by Massey Ferguson 2370 Ultra high-density baler, the Challenger RoGator C Series self-propelled sprayer with LiquidLogic system, the Challenger 700 Series track tractor and the Massey Ferguson Datatronic 5 in-cab control
John Deere also picked up awards for its S700 combines, CP690 and CS690 cotton harvesters, the BalerAssist feature on the large square balers and the Plus2 Bale Accumulator for large round balers.
SRC Logistics congratulates Jim Schulz on his retirement.
Jim has been a part of the SRC Logistics family for seven years. He joined the team as the Operations Manager, where his contributions has been integral part to our success. Jim has demonstrated a commitment to excellence that we have come to depend upon. At Jim’s retirement party, fellow employee owners said they will remember Jim for his “cool demeanor” and “his organizational skills.” They also thanked Jim for his mentorship and his patience.
While SRCL is said to see Jim go, we wish him a happy retirement.