Apart from its latest tracked tractors, produced in Jackson, USA, all Fendt wheeled tractors are made in Marktoberdorf, everything from the 72hp to 101hp 200 Series, up to the 396hp to 517hp 1000 Series. In 2013, the factory churned out a peak of 17,000 units, producing 100 tractors per day in two shifts.
Are Fendt and Massey the same?
“But it’s two channels: Massey Ferguson with a full-line product lineup and Fendt with a full product line as well. … “Both of them (MF and Fendt) are separate. Both of them are exclusive.”
Where is Fendt located?
Farmers can see demonstrations at Fendt dealers. The tractors are built to order at the company’s manufacturing facility in Marktoberdorf, in south Germany. Delivery time is between six and seven months, depending on where the customer is located.
Do Fendt use Deutz engines?
With a maximum output of up to 287 hp, the Fendt 800 Vario delivers high performance. The sixcylinder Deutz engine, featuring a common rail highpressure injection system and a 6.06 litre cubic capacity, provides liveliness and dynamics.
Is Fendt better than Massey Ferguson?
The Fendt is simply more well rounded, more finished off, more tested, and better quality overall. If Massey is the Cadillac, Fendt is the Mercedes. They seem to come off of the production line running well, and the way they lay out the operating controls as well as the rest of the tractor just makes more sense to me.
Is Fendt owned by AGCO?
AGCO makes a major acquisition of Fendt GmbH, a leading German tractor business with some of the world’s most advanced tractor technology.