What started 180 years ago as an agricultural equipment manufacturer has evolved into a global leader in heavy-duty equipment. John Deere’s construction division is a prime example of this company’s legacy of ongoing innovation and unsurpassed quality.
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Bobcat paved the way for compact farm, landscaping and construction equipment, with innovative designs that streamline operations for a variety of industries. While its largest manufacturing facilities are based in the heart of the U.S., Bobcat also operates plants across the globe.
Firestone is practically an American legend, having had its start in creating buggy wheels and then moving on to become a pioneer in the mass production of vehicle tires. It currently operates in 23 U.S. states and 10 countries worldwide.
Before it was consolidated under the Daimler brand in 2008, Sterling manufactured a wide range of heavy-duty equipment, from tractors to over-the-road trucks. Sterling’s heritage of resilience lives on in Daimler’s current heavy-duty subsidiaries, Freightliner and Western Star.