AGCO is an American agricultural equipment manufacturer founded in 1990. It gradually acquired additional brands and manufacturers, such Massey Ferguson in 1993 and Valtra, from Finland, in 2004. Today, AGCO sells its machinery through 4,200 dealers, with the majority of sales occurring in Europe and the Middle East, followed by North America. It also manufactures a range of tractors, combine harvesters, engines and other agricultural equipment in 44 manufacturing locations worldwide.
AGCO operates in the agricultural inputs segment, where it ranks 25th out of 54. The company performs well the governance and strategy measurement area, ranking 16th, but there remains considerable scope for improvement, particularly on stakeholder engagement. The company places in the middle of the pack for the other measurement areas. Notably, AGCO has scope for improvement in the nutrition measurement area compared to other agricultural machinery companies, as it lacks to disclose commercial activities to improve food availability and food security.
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- Duluth, Georgia, United States of America
- Food and agriculture revenue USD
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- Publicly listed
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