John Deere Seeding Investment to Improve Manufacturing Processes
chris sandler 12/05/2012 @ 10:14am Just a guy who lives in Maine, has friends, has family, and has a good time.
According to a release on the John Deere website, the company is planning to invest approximately $58 million to enhance operations at John Deere Seeding in Moline, IL, where the company’s planting equipment is manufactured.
A new factory master plan that targets enhancements in efficiency and quality, including a new paint system and increased use of automation and robotics, is expected to drive Deere products to an even higher levelJohn May, President, Agricultural Solutions, said, "This investment reflects the past success of John Deere Seeding and prepares the factory to further serve customers in the futureDeere continues to invest in facilities both in the U.Sand around the world to enhance our position as the world's largest manufacturer of agricultural equipment."
John Deere has been manufacturing planting equipment since 1877 and continues to do so in the same Moline location today