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Kinze, Tonutti Wolagri Group reach distribution agreement for Russian Federation

Kinze Manufacturing, Inc. and Tonutti Wolagri Group have reached a distribution agreement for the Russian Federation in which Tonutti Group will assume direct responsibility for all Kinze-branded products and services in the territory.

Tonutti Group manufactures hay and forage equipment. Three Italian production facilities and the head office are located in Remanzacco (UD) and in Suzzara (MN). In addition, the company has a regional office in Moscow, Russia; a sales, service and parts facility in Perm, Russia; and a manufacturing facility in Krasnokamsk, Russia.  Tonutti Group has also been present in the United States since 1985 with facilities in Memphis, Tennessee.

 “We are very excited about creating this partnership between two brands built on trust,” said Susanne Kinzenbaw Veatch, Kinze vice president, chief marketing officer and second-generation owner. “Our company has a long history of creating long-lasting, innovative farm equipment to help make growers productive and solve business problems. We’re pleased to be working with Tonutti to support our customers in Russia and are confident they will provide the utmost service to our growers there.”

Tonutti Group officially introduced the Kinze products in Russia during the Golden Autumn farm show held in Moscow from Oct. 6-16, 2011.

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