is this you? Claim your profile.
is this you? Claim your profile.
Sales and Marketing Manager
HQ Phone:  (440) 647-3725
Direct Phone: (262) ***-****
+ Get 10 Free Contacts a Month
It's free and takes 30 seconds
625 South Main St.
Case IH has two ProHarvest teams that support custom harvesters as they make their way from the Texas/Oklahoma border up through the northern plains states all the way to Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta in late fall. These three-man teams provide parts when... more.
Case IH Sales and Marketing Manager
"From an early adoption standpoint, that was a staggering response," said Robert Zemenchik, Case IH Advanced Farming Systems' global products marketing manager.
Then farmers have to start making compromises," Zemenchik said.
"It is with great excitement that Case IH announces the Robo-SharpenerTM," says Rob Zemenchik, Sales and Marketing Manager, Case IH Tillage Products.
"It's the world's first manually supervised 'field-service robot' for sharpening wavy or regular tillage blades on the Case IH True-Tandem 330 Turbo." "We introduced the 330 Turbo vertical tillage tool in 2007, with its patented low-concavity wavy blades," Zemenchik adds. "Case IH field specialists soon recognized that we could further extend customer value if we could provide a sharpener for its wavy blades. We couldn't find a sharpener anywhere in the world, so we invented our own." The patent-pending Robo-Sharpener system sharpens a Case IH Turbo blade in just a few minutes. The sharpener is equipped with a trolley system, allowing it to roll along a rail from blade to blade while the operator watches. "This provides easy repeatability in sharpening," Zemenchik says. "A gleaming, fresh edge emerges within seconds, giving the blade the full cutting capability it had when new," says Zemenchik. "We were surprised with how sharp and uniform the blades got. The toughest corn stalks will be no match for a freshly sharpened True-Tandem 330 Turbo." The economics are attractive, too. While sharpening labor and applicable travel costs vary by area, utilizing the Robo-Sharpener from your local Case IH dealer can save you up to 85 percent of the cost to re-blade an implement. "This offers tremendous savings for Case IH customers who want top performance from their vertical tillage tools or disks, because you no longer have to prematurely re-blade machines," Zemenchik explains. "Re-sharpening multiple times for multiple savings is now feasible. Additional value is gained from having sharp implement blades. "Sharp blades enhance nutrient cycling of phosphorus and potassium in crop residues," adds Zemenchik. "And, tire damage is reduced because sharp blades help manage root crowns from stiff corn stalks." "We appreciate the efforts of Case IH dealers to provide and support the best machines possible for our customers. Any opportunity a dealer has to extend value beyond the original equipment purchase is terrific," Zemenchik concludes.
The Marketing Manager for Crop Production Equipment, Rob Zemenchik, talked what's new at Case IH and when growers can take them home.
Listen to my interview with Rob here: Interview with Rob Zemenchik Check out photos from the event here: 2013 Farm Progress Show Photo Album "Before we lay down the product definition for any future design, we go out and visit with the customers at length," explained Case IH's Rob Zemenchik during an interview with Chuck at the National Farm Machinery Show. Rob calls their approach of taking an in-depth survey of their customers' needs "agronomic design," rather than assuming what the customers need. "With the investments our growers are making today in seed and fertilizer and land, we want to be sure our equipment is able to meet those needs and deliver on the best opportunities for high yield." He pointed to one example of Case IH's application of this agronomic design principle with his company's 500T Seed Drill, a product that features an industry-first parallel linkage in the row units. "That was identified by our customers." You can listen to Chuck's interview with Rob here: Interview with Rob Zemenchik
In this installment, Dr. Rob Zemenchik, Case IH Crop Production Marketing Manager, talks about what challenges producers face following harvest, and how the Case IH Agronomic Design principles of the new Ecolo-Tiger® 875 can help tackle fall primary tillage in preparation for next year's crop. (more...)
In this video, Dr. Rob Zemenchik, Case IH Sales and Marketing Manager for Tillage Products, introduces us to the Ecolo-Tiger 875.
Learn from Case IH's Dr. Rob Zemenchik on tips for fall crop production management.