Titan Machinery Announces Closing of Acquisition: VAIT D.o.o. in Serbia
WEST FARGO, N.D. -- December 12, 2012
Titan Machinery Inc. (NASDAQ:TITN) announced today that it has closed on the
previously announced acquisition of VAIT D.o.o., which consists of one CaseIH
dealership in the Vojvodina region of Serbia.
Serbia is contiguous to Romania and Bulgaria, where Titan Machinery’s other
international dealerships are located. Agriculture represents approximately
11% of Serbia’s total gross domestic product, while the agricultural industry
employs 26% of its population. The country’s primary crops are wheat, corn,
soybeans, sunflowers, and sugar beets. In its most recently reported fiscal
year, the CaseIH dealership being acquired reported revenue of approximately
David Meyer, Titan Machinery’s Chairman and CEO, said, “We are excited to
expand our operations into Serbia. We look forward to working with our newly
acquired dealership’s management and sales team as we apply the Titan
Machinery operating model to our newest international location.”
About Titan Machinery Inc.
Titan Machinery Inc., founded in 1980 and headquartered in West Fargo, North
Dakota, is a multi-unit business with mature locations and newly-acquired
locations. The Company owns and operates a network of full service
agricultural and construction equipment stores in the United States and
Europe. The Titan Machinery network consists of 104 North American dealerships
in North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Wyoming,
Wisconsin, Colorado, and Arizona, including two outlet stores, and 13 European
dealerships in Romania, Bulgaria, and Serbia. The Titan Machinery dealerships
represent one or more of the CNH Brands (NYSE: CNH), a majority-owned
subsidiary of Fiat Industrial (Milan: FI.MI), including CaseIH, New Holland
Agriculture, Case Construction, New Holland Construction, Kobelco and CNH
Capital. Additional information about Titan Machinery Inc. can be found at
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benefits related to the Serbia acquisition and our national and international
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factors include, among others, integrating the Serbia acquisition’s operations
with Titan Machinery's existing network, our ability to execute on our
national and international growth plans, our ability to implement our business
model in non-U.S. markets, our ability to successfully operate under foreign
government regulations, the effect of fluctuations in currency exchange rates,
changes to tariffs and trade restrictions, changes to political or economic
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