Deere & Company
Anyone can also recognize a John Deere directly from afar: Green and yellow are the trademarks of Deere & Company, better known as John Deere. The company is one of the world's leading manufacturers in the field of tractors and agricultural technology and offers a broad range in agricultural machinery production. The company has also established itself in gardening and landscape maintenance. Among the globally recognized Agritechnica novelty awards in 2015, John Deere appeared with two gold medals and ten silver medals, reflecting their own idea of innovation. This is one of the reasons why John Deere products are valued for their high quality and performance, and the brand name is associated with innovation and progress worldwide. John Deere (not to be confused with John Deer) is the name of the founder of the successful agricultural machinery manufacturer.
Founder John Deere
These qualities are no coincidence - The company John Deere looks back on a long company history, in which innovative technology plays a major role: The American-born John Deere, a trained blacksmith, developed innovative, self-cleaning plows in the 1830s with blades made of polished steel, making it easier to work even on hard prairie soil. The innovative concept was convincing and due to the high demand, John Deere decided in 1852 to found the company and set up the first production plant. However, the company did not immediately bear the name John Deere, but was initially operated under the name "Deere, Tate & Gould Company". After the death of the founder - and now renamed Deere & Company - the successful company continued to expand under the leadership of his son.
John Deere's Way from America to Europe
Additional agricultural equipment has been added to production over the years. Including John Deere seeders, cultivators and harrows. The first overseas manufacturing facility, after eleven John Deere plants in the United States, was established in Canada in 1910. With the purchase of the Waterloo Engine Company and its specially developed tractor model, John Deere has also focused on the manufacture of tractors since 1918. The first John Deere combine harvesters followed in 1927 and with the takeover of Mannheimer Lanz AG in 1956, the leap to Europe was not far off either. In the 1970s, John Deere built a plant in Bruchsal to manufacture cabins for combine harvesters, tractors, and forage harvesters. The cornerstone for John Deere's global expansion was laid.
John Deere agricultural machinery portfolio
Today's John Deere product range includes tractors, combine harvesters and forage harvesters as well as sowing technology, cultivators, presses and vehicles for the municipal and forestry sector. Since 2006, John Deere has also been adding precision irrigation systems for landscaping and horticulture to the product portfolio. The best-known brands of the group include the construction machines and engines from Deere, the headers from Kemper and the tillage technology from Frontier. One of the most powerful John Deere tractors is the John Deere 9620RX crawler tractor with a maximum engine output of an impressive 670 bhp. One of the newer models is the Havester 1270G forestry machine from the G series. Machines from the G series are equipped with the Final Tier 4 engine, they are significantly more fuel efficient and more powerful than their John Deere agricultural machinery predecessors.
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