John Deere Opens New Facility in Russia
Deere Chairman and CEO Samuel Allen said Russia has "truly immense potential as a major provider of the renewable resources so vital to the world's economic and social well-being."
The plant will produce products for Deere's large tractors, construction and forestry products, and combines divisions. The combines are used for agricultural applications. The company also has a production factory in Orenburg and offices in St. Petersburg and Moscow.
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