Lindsay Corporation will be a leader, worldwide, in providing differentiated water management and road infrastructure products and services that improve productivity and efficiency for our customers and results in earning superior returns for our shareholders.
- Business Type:
- Industry Type:
- Agriculture - Irrigation
- Market Focus:
- Globally (various continents)
This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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Lindsay Corporation has been involved in the manufacture and distribution of agricultural equipment for over 55 years. The sales and distribution network has grown from a regional company to a major international agribusiness and highway infrastructure firm with worldwide annual revenues of $551.3 million in fiscal 2012. Lindsay is a public company listed on the New York Stock Exchange (LNN) and is ISO9001:2008 certified.
Lindsay has irrigation systems operating in more than 90 countries. As a Nebraska-based company, Lindsay is strong and dependable – much like the small town roots that the company originated from. Tough, dependable Zimmatic by Lindsay irrigation systems have been the choice of the world’s irrigators for over 50 years. The company’s success comes from finding a better way to irrigate almost any crop on varied terrain and soils to increase yields and better utilize natural resources.
Lindsay’s infrastructure segments are driven by the world’s population growth, particularly in emerging nations. These divisions are working with agencies to make roadways and railways safer during expansion and renovation.
Since 1985 when Barrier Systems (BSI) first introduced the Quickchange Moveable Barrier (QMB), road authorities around the world have been taking advantage of this low cost solution for adding lanes for rush hour traffic to reduce congestion improve safety and increase traffic throughout Now BSI has used their knowledge and expertise to expand product lines to include a multitude of roadway safety products. Today, a wide variety of road safety products have made Barrier Systems a leader in the roadway safety industry.
Recent acquisitions have expanded Lindsay’s capabilities in offering various industrial solutions. Digitec, acquired by Lindsay in 2010 is an electronics research, development and manufacturing company. One of their key products is WaveRoute Enterprise is a hosted web based M2M application for managing, monitoring and controlling these devices and sensors remotely.
IRZ Consulting, acquired in 2011, is an irrigation consulting and design firm known for its work with large growers to design water delivery systems for agriculture and for providing services for yield-enhancement and cost reduction. These value-adding services include soil moisture monitoring and energy usage monitoring and reduction processes, among others. The addition of IRZ allows Lindsay irrigation to offer turn-key systems.
Acquired by Lindsay in 2011, ez-Wireless provides wireless communications solutions to power advanced applications such as sensor networks, video surveillance, telemetry and other Plug-and-Play Add-on services using integrated conventional radio and wireless broadband solutions.
In today's environmentally conscious economy, sustainable practices are imperative. Lindsay Corporation is committed to reducing negative impacts on the environment by promoting awareness, and using practices that protect employees and the environment. As a global company, we are taking the time to save energy and use fewer resources on a daily basis, which will go a long way in protecting the world.
Lindsay has created sustainable practices to reduce the quantity of emissions, and we’ve developed opportunities for recycling while using our natural resources more efficiently.
In celebration of Arbor Day and Earth Day, Lindsay has partnered with the Arbor Day Foundation to plant one tree per Lindsay employee. The Arbor Day Foundation will be planting 1,200 trees in Los Padres National Forest in California including a mix of Ponderosa Pine, Jeffrey Pine and Sugar Pine trees. In September and October of 2006, the Derby Fire burned a total of 163,908 acres on Los Padres.