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Deutz-Fahr

In May 2017 DEUTZ-FAHR LAND, the most advanced tractor manufacturing facility in Europe at the time officially opened. After three years of planning, and an investment of $105 million, the new Germany-based factory joined a network of eight manufacturing sites around the world. DEUTZ-FAHR has revolutionized tractor manufacturing through the use of state-of-the-art technology in the areas of assembly, painting, hydraulics, electronics and chassis testing for quality assurance, as well as setting new benchmarks for efficiency, productivity, and quality in manufacturing.

During World War II, the Deutz Company converted water-cooled engines into air-cooled ones for better dependability for military equipment, and the air-cooled engine remained their READ MORE »
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The Deutz Tractor traces its history to Nicolaus August Otto who founded the Motorenfabrik N.A. Otto & Cie. In 1864 it became Klöckner-Humboldt-Deutz AG (KHD), and shortly afterward he and Eugene Langen invented the first four-stroke spark-combustion engine. Early engines were used as horse-drawn generators for power threshers and hay balers. Its first mass-produced tractor – the DEUTZ MTH 222 – was launched in 1927. And in 1936 they unveiled the DEUTZ 11 Series, bringing agricultural mechanization within reach of small farms for the first time.

During World War II, the Deutz Company converted water-cooled engines into air-cooled ones for better dependability for military equipment, and the air-cooled engine remained their READ MORE »
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