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Re: Biggest tractor companys

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08-21-2013 07:32:48

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JD seller:
Thanks for the comment.
What I was wanting to know was the line up of tractor companys by their market share.

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08-21-2013 08:13:50

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 Re: Biggest tractor companys in reply to Harvey2, 08-21-2013 07:32:48  
China has basically 3 manufacturers, and they would win if there were open global numbers, tho most are going to be 15 hp tractors....

Agco wins on a global stage, counting companies with semi-public books.

If you are just looking for North American companies, you will have to restate your question, as to the units manufactured, or the total sales volume, or the total units out there, etc.

Every company has a way of skewing the numbers to put themselves on top, so you likely can have your favorite color on top no matter which one you are cheering for. ;)


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08-21-2013 08:36:41

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 Re: Biggest tractor companys in reply to Paul, 08-21-2013 08:13:50  
Mr. Paul,"
Please read the question. I stated the companys in the 1950s.
Back then China and the other countrys in the world except Canada weren't in the playing field.

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08-21-2013 14:19:28

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 Re: Biggest tractor companys in reply to Harvey2, 08-21-2013 08:36:41  
Doesn't answer your question, but an interesting link to the hay day of tractor production in the USA 1951.


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08-21-2013 10:24:45

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 Re: Biggest tractor companys in reply to Harvey2, 08-21-2013 08:36:41  
Just guessing but given the demand for tractors after WW2 I would think a Russian company probably built more tractors than any single US company in the 1950s. The Soviet Union hardly built any (none?) tractors in the late 1930s and 1940s - then they were trying to catch up with the US.

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