Fendt – An agricultural!
Fendt is more than just a name; for customers all over the world, Fendt is a solid conviction. After all, the brand promise states that Fendt tractors and harvesting machines allow farmers and contractors to meet their targets more quickly and with an increased yield. The Fendt brand has a daily commitment to meeting and even exceeding the demanding requirements of its customers.
Fendt has a cutting-edge development centre featuring trailblazing technologies for research, design and testing. The future of agriculture is therefore characterised by efficiency increases and environmentally friendly solutions.
Even unconventional innovations can have the potential to become genuine milestones in the agricultural industry and to change the sector for good on a lasting basis. The ongoing development of future-oriented products is therefore another factor that helps to guarantee Fendt's success.
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Several years ago, this philosophy of continual further development paved the way for ttv to establish itself as a supplier of customer-specific seals and sliding bearing technology for Fendt. After all, ttv's strengths lie in the development of individual solutions for increasing service life and the creation of performance parameters with upstream, precisely scheduled sampling processes.
Today, sealing products such as O-rings and shaft sealing rings form part of the standard scope of delivery to AGCO/Fendt. These are used in the Katana forage harvester, for example. We also deliver cassette seals and various sliding bearings.
In terms of its collaboration with ttv, Fendt appreciates not only the top-class technical advice, but also the quick response time and flexibility of all departments, from Design and Development right through to internal sales and logistics.
ttv is proud of its long-standing partnership with Fendt, which is characterised by continuity and success. This trusting collaboration is also confirmed by the fact that our customer relationship has expanded beyond the main factory in Marktoberdorf to the sites in Bäumenheim and Hohenmölsen.