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    We have an incredible story. In a surprisingly short amount of time, we've brought together decades of collective been-there-done-that history and roll-up-your-sleeves know-how.

  • 1990

    AGCO is formed in the management buyout of Deutz-Allis from KHD and begins manufacturing and distributing farm equipment under the AGCO® Allis and Gleaner® brand names in North America.

  • 1991

    AGCO purchases Hesston Corporation, a leading North American brand of hay tools.

    In the manufacturing joint venture with Case International, known as Hay and Forage Industries (HFI), AGCO has a 50-percent participation arrangement.

    AGCO purchases the White tractor business from Allied Products.

  • 1992

    AGCO provides an initial public offering of one-half of its stock and is listed on NASDAQ.

  • 1993

    AGCO purchases the White-New Idea business of planters, hay tools and spreaders as well as the Coldwater, Ohio, manufacturing facility.

    AGCO purchases the North American Massey Ferguson® product distribution rights, expanding the AGCO North American dealer network by more than 1,000 dealers.

    AGCO buys 50 percent of a joint venture established for Agricredit Acceptance Corporation.

  • 1994

    AGCO purchases the worldwide holdings of Massey Ferguson, ensuring AGCO’s global status.

    AGCO moves to the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "AG."

    AGCO obtains the remaining 50-percent joint interest in Agricredit Acceptance Corporation.

    AGCO purchases the assets of the McConnell Tractors articulated tractor manufacturing business, leading to the development of the AGCOSTAR® tractor line.

    AGCO obtains the assets of Black Machine, giving AGCO a unique planter frameline.

  • 1995

    AGCO purchased the assets of Tye Company, makers and marketers of Glencoe®, Tye® and Farmhand® agricultural implements and tillage equipment.

  • 1996

    AGCO acquires the Iochpe-Maxion agricultural equipment company in Brazil, a market leader in tractors with the Massey Ferguson brand.

    AGCO purchases Deutz Argentina, S.A., the number one market share leader in tractors in Argentina.

    AGCO purchases Western Combine Corporation and Portage Manufacturing, Inc. in Canada to expand the Massey Ferguson combine business.

    AGCO adds Rabobank Nederland as its joint venture partner in Agricredit, its finance subsidiary in North America.

  • 1997

    AGCO makes a major acquisition of Fendt GmbH, a leading German tractor business with some of the world’s most advanced tractor technology. Fendt is renowned for its technology and international market share leadership.

    AGCO acquires Dronningborg Industries, a leader in European harvesting.

  • 1998

    AGCO creates a joint venture with Deutz AG to produce engines in Argentina.

    AGCO purchases the Spra-Coupe® and Willmar® product lines, two leaders in the agricultural sprayer market, and merges production into one manufacturing plant in Willmar, Minnesota.

    AGCO adjusts issued stock to 59,000,000 shares and leads the industry in asset rationalization for a cyclical downturn.

  • 1999

    AGCO announces the creation of AGCO FINANCE, a new and dedicated financing organization. Formed in association with De Lage Landen (DLL), a subsidiary of Rabobank, AGCO FINANCE's primary goal is to strengthen and enhance AGCO's wholesale and retail finance activities.

  • 2000

    AGCO completes the purchase of Hay and Forage Industries in Hesston, Kansas, solidifying its planned strategy to achieve efficient manufacturing rationalization by consolidating major operations in North America.

  • 2001

    AGCO acquires Ag-Chem Equipment Co., Inc., a leading manufacturer and distributor of specialized off-road heavy equipment for agricultural and industrial applications, providing AGCO a leading position in the self-propelled sprayer market.

  • 2002

    AGCO acquires the assets of Caterpillar Inc.'s agricultural equipment business, primarily the design, assembly and marketing of their Challenger track tractors.

    AGCO acquires the assets of Sunflower Manufacturing Company Inc., a leading producer of tillage, seeding and specialty harvesting equipment.

  • 2004

    AGCO acquires Valtra (formerly Valmet), a market leading tractor manufacturer in the Nordic countries and Latin America. The acquisition includes SISU Diesel, producers of off-road diesel engines.

  • 2007

    AGCO acquires 50-percent ownership of Laverda S.p.A, Italy's leading harvesting equipment manufacturer.

    AGCO purchases Sfil, a leading South American manufacturer of tillage and seeding implements.

  • 2008

    SISU Diesel is rebranded as AGCO SISU POWER.

  • 2009

    AGCO announces plans to open two manufacturing sites in China.

  • 2010

    AGCO purchases Sparex Holdings Ltd. and its trading subsidiaries, a leading independent, global distributor of accessories and tractor replacement parts serving the agricultural aftermarket.

  • 2011

    AGCO acquires GSI Holding Corp. (GSI), a leading global manufacturer of grain storage and protein production systems.

    AGCO acquires 50 percent of AGCO-Amity JV, LLC, creating a joint venture with Amity Technology, LLC. AGCO-Amity JV develops and distributes air seeding and tillage equipment. AGCO also acquires a 50-percent interest in selected air seeding and tillage product lines sold under the Amity, Wil-Rich and Wishek brand names.

    AGCO acquires the remaining 50-percent stake in Laverda S.p.A from the Italian ARGO Group, having purchased 50 percent of Italy’s leading harvesting equipment manufacturer in 2007. This agreement includes 100-percent ownership of FELLA-Werke GmbH, a Germany-based manufacturer of grass and hay machinery.

    AGCO announces plans to invest in North American manufacturing by expanding high-horsepower wheeled tractor manufacturing production in Jackson, Minnesota.

  • 2012

    AGCO opens its state-of-the-art Intivity visitor center in Jackson, Minnesota as part of AGCO’s North American manufacturing expansion.

    AGCO acquires 60 percent of Santal Equipamentos, a sugar cane planting, harvesting, handling and transportation equipment and replacement parts manufacturer in Brazil.

    AGCO purchases 80 percent of Shandong Dafeng Machinery Co., Ltd., a Class I and II combine harvester manufacturer in China.

    AGCO forms the Algerian Tractors Company joint venture with 49 percent ownership.

    AGCO significantly enhances its presence in Africa by launching plans for a model farm project in Zambia, hosting its first Africa Summit and breaking ground for a new parts warehouse in South Africa.

  • 2013

    AGCO’s GSI acquires Johnson System Inc., a leading manufacturer of catwalks, towers and support structures.

    AGCO launches Fuse Technologies®, the next-generation approach to precision agriculture, providing mixed-fleet farming operations with improved connectivity and access to farm data as the world’s first open, mobile, mixed-fleet solution.

  • 2014

    AGCO acquires nearly all the remaining 40 percent of Santal Equipamentos sugarcane harvesting business in Brazil.

    AGCO acquires Intersystems Holdings Inc., a leading manufacturer of commercial material handling solutions sold to grain operations globally.

    AGCO and Appareo Systems announce a joint venture for breakthrough agricultural innovation resulting in higher efficiencies and improved yield. Focusing on the need for more advanced electronic technology, this endeavor builds on the momentum of Fuse Technologies for precision agriculture.

    AGCO opens the first GSI European manufacturing plant, in Biatorbagy, Hungary, where it designs and manufactures material handling equipment for the grain industry and serves as a training and distribution center in the EAME (Europe, Africa, and Middle East) region.

  • 2015

    AGCO launches its manufacturing facility in Changzhou, China, where the new Global Series tractor platform is the largest new-product and manufacturing project in AGCO’s history. Modular tractors will be built at multiple manufacturing sites around the world, with the China facility serving as the global hub.

    AGCO opens its Future Farm and Global Learning Centre near Lusaka, Zambia. This model farm includes two firsts for Africa – a state-of-the-art Mechanization Learning Centre and a Grain and Poultry Leaning Centre serving the training needs of local dealers, distributors and customers seeking modern farming technique and sustainable food production systems.

    AGCO acquires Farmer Automatic GmbH & Co. KG, a manufacturer of poultry housing and related products including egg production cages and broiler production equipment based in Laer, Germany.

    AGCO acquires C-Lines, a leading designer of facilities and systems for the poultry and swine industries.

    AGCO completes a joint venture with USC, a leading international producer of custom seed treatment equipment.

    AGCO launches Fuse® Connected Services, designed to help growers improve overall farm efficiency by reducing maintenance and input costs, improving yields and enabling more informed business decisions.

  • 2016

    AGCO acquires Tecno Poultry Equipment S.p.A, an Italian manufacturer of poultry housing and related products, including egg collection and trolley feeding systems.

    AGCO agrees to acquire Cimbria Holdings Limited, headquartered in Thisted in Denmark, a leading global manufacturer of equipment used for seed processing and post-harvest grain handling with production facilities in Denmark, Austria, the Czech Republic and Italy.

    AGCO announces development partnerships with agricultural technology companies Aglytix and Farmobile to develop new offerings that will be part of AGCO’s Fuse® Connected Services offering to deliver farm optimization services to AGCO customers.

  • 2017

    AGCO completes the acquisition of the Forage Division of Lely Group, a leading manufacturer of balers and loader wagons in Europe, to further strengthen AGCO’s full line product offering.

    AGCO announces its entry into a joint venture agreement with CP Group, a leading producer of swine, chicken and eggs in Asia, for the manufacture of protein production equipment. AGCO and CP Group will each own 50 percent of a manufacturing joint venture which will produce protein production solutions for AGCO's GSI division and CPG companies.

    AGCO completes the acquisition of Precision Planting LLC equipment business from The Climate Corporation, a subsidiary of Monsanto Company. Precision Planting plays an essential role in the growth and adoption of innovative precision ag practices that help farmers enhance their productivity.

  • 2018

    AGCO opens a new plant in Queretaro, Mexico, to help expand operations in Mexico and Latin America. AGCO is committed to provide agricultural integral solutions and services for customers and distributors in Mexico and Latin America, increasing the productivity, competitiveness and sustainability of the sector throughout these investments.

    The AGCO Agriculture Foundation (AAF) launches as a private foundation committed to food security and sustainable agricultural development.

  • 2019

    AGCO’s Fendt brand expands into the Americas by significantly increasing the number of dealers in North and South America.

  • 2020

    AGCO further expands the Beauvais, France facility.

    AGCO announces Martin Richenhagen’s retirement as Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer as of December 31, 2020. The Board of Directors appoints Eric Hansotia to succeed him as Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer effective January 1, 2021.

    AGCO announces an agreement to acquire research and product development firm 151 Research to create new technology solutions for grain customers.

  • 2021

    Eric Hansotia assumes the role of Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer on January 1.

    AGCO announces its farmer-first strategy that showcases its passion for the world’s farmers and deepens its commitment to exceeding farmer expectations to deliver sustainable stakeholder value.

    AGCO introduces its new Purpose and Vision statements that together offer powerful insight into the role AGCO intends to play for its farmers and within the agriculture industry. AGCO’s Purpose is to deliver “Farmer-focused solutions to sustainably feed our world.” Its Vision is to be the most “Trusted partner for industry-leading, smart farming solutions.”


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    White Farm Equipment

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    White Farm Equipment is a manufacturer of agricultural machinery, now discontinued except for planters, and owned by AGCO.


    In 1960, the White Motor Company entered the agriculture market with the purchase of the Oliver Farm Equipment Company. In 1962, White acquired the Cockshutt Farm Equipment Company of Canada. White increased its agricultural interests in 1963 with the acquisition of Minneapolis-Moline.

    In 1969, Oliver, Minneapolis-Moline and Cockshutt were merged to form White Farm Equipment with headquarters in Oak Brook, Illinois; White Motor Corporation's headquarters remained in Cleveland, Ohio. In 1975, Oliver, Minneapolis-Moline and Cockshutt were folded into the White brand. The green of Oliver, red of Cockshutt and yellow of Minneapolis-Moline tractors was replaced by the silver tractors of White's Field Boss line.

    The Field Boss models in approximate order of introduction are as follows: 4-150 (The 4 indicates four wheel drive and the 150 is the power take-off horsepower) 2-105, 2-150 4-180, 2-50, 2-60, 2-70, 2-85, 2-135, 2-155, 2-180, 4-210, 4-180.

    White produced tractors, combines, outdoor equipment such as lawn tractors, corn planters, tillage equipment such as plows, disks and field cultivators 4 wheel Drive. Some of the products were made by outside companies to White specifications.

    In 1979 White Motors spun off its agriculture division to a Texas firm called TIC. The White line was branded WFE (White Farm Equipment). The agriculture market hit a severe recession in the early 1980s, and TIC sold WFE to Allied Products. Allied owned the New Idea farm equipment brand and formed a new division called White-New Idea. The White combine line was sold to Massey Ferguson in the late 1980s.

    As it happened, Massey Ferguson later spun off the combine division into Massey Combines, then later re-absorbed the company after various lawsuits. After White and White-New Idea were sold to AGCO, AGCO also purchased Massey Ferguson, in effect, re-uniting the former White combine line with the former White tractor company.

    Today White is an AGCO brand. AGCO was formed in 1990 by former Deutz-Allis executives. The executives took over Deutz-Allis and then purchased the White tractor line and Hesston Corporation brands in 1991. The remaining White-New Idea Company was purchased by AGCO in 1993 from Allied.

    The White tractor line was produced by AGCO from 1991 through 2001 when the White line was merged with AGCO-Allis to create the AGCO brand. The White name continues on under AGCO with the White Planter division.

    White Planters are competitive within the planter industry and can be used for conventional or conservation planting or both. White Planters brand products offer more than 70 models and sizes ranging from 4 to 31 rows.

    The White Outdoor Equipment portion that offered Lawn & Garden equipment was sold to MTD.


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