The Southern Cone of South America, are major farm machinery manufacturers

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Several major agricultural machinery brands are manufactured in the Southern Cone of South America, including:

  1. AGCO: AGCO is a global leader in the design, manufacture, and distribution of agricultural equipment, with several manufacturing plants in Argentina and Brazil. AGCO Argentina is a subsidiary of AGCO Corporation, a global leader in designing, manufacturing, and distributing agricultural equipment. AGCO Argentina is headquartered in Córdoba, Argentina, and has been operating since 1996. The company produces various agricultural machinery, including tractors, combines, sprayers, and hay equipment.
  2. John Deere: John Deere is a major agricultural machinery manufacturer, including tractors, combines, and harvesters, and has manufacturing facilities in Brazil and Argentina.
    In addition to Brazil and Argentina, John Deere operates in other South American countries, including Chile, Colombia, Peru, and Uruguay. The company’s presence in these markets includes manufacturing facilities, sales and service networks, and local dealers’ and distributors’ partnerships.
  3. Case IH: Case IH is a global leader in manufacturing agricultural equipment, including tractors, harvesters, and other machinery. Case IH has manufacturing facilities and offices in several countries in South America, including Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay. The company also has a regional network of dealers and distributors, providing farmers with local support and service.
  4. New Holland: New Holland is a global agricultural equipment manufacturer, including tractors, harvesters, and other machinery. They have manufacturing facilities in Brazil and Argentina.
  5. Massey Ferguson: Massey Ferguson is a leading agricultural machinery manufacturer, including tractors, harvesters, and other equipment. They have manufacturing facilities in Brazil and Argentina.
  6. Valtra: Valtra is a Finnish manufacturer of agricultural tractors and other machinery, with manufacturing facilities in Brazil and Uruguay.
  7. Stara: Stara is a Brazilian company that produces agricultural machinery and equipment. It was founded in 1956 in Não-Me-Toque, a Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil city. Stara’s products include tractors, harvesters, seeders, sprayers, and fertilizer spreaders. The company exports to more than 35 countries and has a strong presence in the Latin American market. Stara has a reputation for innovation and invests heavily in research and development to bring new technologies and solutions to the agricultural industry.
  8. Metalfor: Metalfor is an Argentine company that designs and manufactures agricultural machinery. The company was founded in 1956 and is headquartered in Marcos Juárez, located in Córdoba, Argentina. Metalfor produces various agricultural equipment, including self-propelled sprayers, pneumatic planters, fertilizer spreaders, and grain carts. Metalfor’s products are known for their durability, efficiency, and innovation. The company has become one of the leading suppliers of agricultural machinery in Argentina and other countries in South America.

These are just a few examples of the major agricultural machinery brands manufactured in the Southern Cone of South America.


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