Market manager: Bruno Doyon
Composite parts: Ron McGaskey
Global climate change is already impacting traditionally stable crop lands, desiccating once rain fed agricultural biomes and inundating previously semi-arid lands. Instability in petroleum markets is driving input costs to new highs at all levels. Agribusiness and traditional family farmers alike are scrambling to adapt to the new reality, looking to OEMs for innovative equipment that is fuel efficient, will reduce operating costs, preserve the land, and allow them to adapt to the new farming conditions. For example, as conditions in formerly semi-arid regions become wetter, soil compaction due to excessive equipment weight will increase demand for lighter equipment. Those new to dry land farming will demand improvements in zero-tillage equipment to maximize yields and minimize exposure of soil to desiccation and wind erosion.
Integrated development and manufacturing services
RMC's Black Box Solutions™ provides comprehensive design, engineering, virtual testing, and prototyping services to ensure its products meet the client's performance criteria and market expectations. RMC's manufacturing, program management, quality, and logistical services support serial production over a wide range of technologies and capacities. From die-models to line-sequenced shipping containers, RMC is organized to reduce costs and improve productivity.
Typical applications include: cab roofs and reinforcement, hoods, engine side panels, intricate grilles, rugged fenders and splash deflectors, high-heat radiator shrouds, bezels for forward-tail-and-working lights, and consolidated composite floor pans. RMC's superior dimensions of value include completely integrated assemblies ready for installation – such as a hood and grille cassette complete with lighting, electrical harnesses, latches and latching hardware, and internal support elements, supplied line-sequenced for drop-on installation.
Molding technologies include:
VARTM consolidated composite floor pan for swather