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MARCH 2016
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The Canadian Business Journal
“They have unique needs as far as the logistics
of how the farming operations happen in Latin
America, particularly in Mexico,” Weening says.
“Traditional methods are not really the right solu-
tion for them so we have been working closely
with customers to develop custom specialized
carrot harvesters specifically for that market.”
Outside of agriculture, Weening Brothers is
currently working on two projects in the artificial
turf market. The first project involves developing
a machine to pick up and relay rolls of artificial
turf in large stadiums. The second project has the
company designing a machine to help recycle
the rubber and fill in expired turf.
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