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Are John Deere parts made in China?

Last Updated: 28th April, 2021

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Currently John Deere makes agricultural tractors, combines and engines in China. And AGCO manufactures agricultural tractors, harvesting machinery, diesel engines and grain storage equipment. Other major foreign manufacturers -- including Claas and Kubota -- also have factories in China.

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Considering this, are John Deere tractors made in China?

John Deere Tractors Manufactured Across the World Below is a list of factories where John Deere tractors are manufactured: Harbin, China: Ag tractors. Ningbo, China: Ag tractors. Tianjin, China: tractors.

Likewise, are Kubota tractors made in China? Production of tractors starting in China. Kubota Corporation (hereinafter "Kubota") will begin the mass production of tractors at its local subsidiary in China, Kubota Agricultural Machinery (SUZHOU) Co., Ltd. Currently, those products are being exported from Japan to be sold in China.

Beside this, where are John Deere engines manufactured?

John Deere engines are produced in different factories worldwide: Saran (France), Waterloo (USA), Torreon (Mexico), Pune (India), and Rosario (Argentina).

Are John Deere tractors made in the USA?

John Deere agricultural tractors are built in Waterloo, Iowa, USA. Lawn mower tractors are built in Horicon, Wisconsin. Utility tractors are built in Grovetown, Georgia, USA. Other utility tractors sold in countries other than the US are built in Pune, India.

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