New Dealerships Expand John Deere's Commitment in Russia

John Deere is using the CTT show in Moscow to announce two new Russian dealers and affirm its commitment to growing the Russian and CIS...

The dealers, UST (Universal Spetstechnica), based in Moscow, and ACT (Agro-Construction Technologies), based in Krasnodar, will together cover much of Russia. UST's territory will be the Central, Urals, Siberia and Volga Federal districts of Russia, while ACT will represent the Southern Federal district of Russia.
UST is already well known in the forklift and industrial equipment arena. ACT, which has also been a John Deere agricultural dealer, will service Sochi, site of the 2014 Winter Olympics.

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