AGCO Corporation history, company profile (overview) and history video

   AGCO Corporation is an agricultural machinery manufacturing company headquartered in Duluth, Georgia, United States.


   With roots firmly established in the farm equipment industry, the company has a brand heritage reaching back to the mid-1800s. AGCO was established in 1990 with the purchase of Deutz Allis Corporation from German-based Kloeckner-Humboldt-Deutz AG. KHD, in turn, had purchased portions of the Allis-Chalmers agricultural equipment business five years earlier.

   In 1992, AGCO was listed on NASDAQ.

   In 1994, AGCO moved its listing on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).


  • Challenger;
  • Fendt;
  • Grain & Protein;
  • Massey Ferguson;
  • Precision Planting;
  • Valtra;
  • Ap;
  • Appareo;
  • Cimbria;
  • Cumberland;
  • Fella;
  • Fuse;
  • Gleaner;
  • Gsi;
  • Headsight;
  • Jca Technologies.


  • Tractors;
  • Combine Harvesters;
  • Hay & Forage;
  • Application Equipment;
  • Seeding & Tillage;
  • Implements & Materials Handling;
  • Smart Farming;
  • Grounds Care;
  • Grain Storage.

   With more than 23,000 employees, AGCO Corporation is considered one of the Largest Public Companies in the World, according to Forbes.

*Information from Forbes.com and Agcocorp.com

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