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Art's Way Manufacturing Co., Inc. engages in the fabrication and sale of metal products. Its major product offerings include animal feed processing equipment, sugar beet and potato harvesting equipment, land maintenance equipment, finished mowing and crop shredding equipment, seed planting equipment, and truck bodies. The company also supplies tillage, hay blowers, and finish mowers to various original equipment manufacturers (OEM). In addition, it offers after market service parts. The company manufactures specialized farm machinery under its own and private labels and steel truck bodies under the label of Cherokee Truck Bodies. Art's-Way sells its labeled products by farm equipment dealers; and Cherokee Truck Bodies labeled products through automotive and other dealers in the United States. The company was founded by Arthur Luscombe in 1956 and is based in Armstrong, Iowa.


CNH Global N.V. manufactures agriculture and construction equipment. The company operates in three segments: Agricultural Equipment, Construction Equipment, and Financial Services. The Agricultural Equipment segment manufactures agricultural tractors; combine harvesters; hay and forage equipment; seeding and planting equipment; tillage equipment; sprayers; and grape, cotton, coffee, and sugar cane harvesters. The Construction Equipment segment manufactures heavy and light construction equipment that include crawler excavators, wheeled excavators, backhoe loaders, wheel loaders, skid steer loaders, and crawler excavator. It also provides a range of replacement parts and services to support its equipment. The Financial Services segment offers an array of financial services products, including retail financing for the purchase or lease of new and used CNH's products, and other manufacturer's products; and other retail financing programs. It also provides wholesale financing to its dealers. The company sells and distributes its products primarily through dealers and distributors in approximately 160 countries worldwide. Its customers include homeowners, turf and land care industries, commercial contractors, public agencies, rental businesses, golf courses, hobby and part-time farmers, and industrial plants. The company was founded in 1991 and is based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.


Astec Industries, Inc. engages in designing, engineering, manufacturing, and marketing equipment and components used primarily in road building and related construction activities worldwide. It offers rock breaking and processing equipment and utility vehicles for mining; portable and stationary aggregate and ore processing equipment; aggregate processing equipment for the crushed stone, manufactured sand, recycle, top soil, and remediation markets; crushers, vibratory screening equipment, conveyors, and turnkey plants and mills; and hot-mix asphalt plants and related components, and testing and sampling equipment for the asphalt mix and aggregate processing industries. It also offers heat transfer equipment, small asphalt plants, and polymer and rubber blending systems for the hot-mix asphalt industry; thermal fluid heaters, asphalt heaters, polymer and rubber blending systems, and other heat transfer equipment; auger boring and directional drilling equipment; chain and wheel trenching equipment and excavating equipment; asphalt paver screeds and windrow pickup machines; milling machines used to recycle asphalt and concrete, asphalt paving equipment, and material transfer vehicles; and rock saws, thermal fluid storage tanks, feeders, washing equipment, fluid/mud systems, and road miners. In addition, Astec also manufactures and sells replacement parts for equipment in each of its product lines and for third parties. The company offers its products to asphalt road paving contractors, aggregate and hot-mix asphalt producers, utility and pipeline contractors, open mine and quarry operators, and government agencies. It has strategic alliance with Case Construction Equipment for the manufacture, marketing, and sale of trenchers, horizontal directional drills, and related equipment for the utility construction market. Astec was founded in 1972 and is based in Chattanooga, Tennessee.


The Manitowoc Company, Inc. engages in the manufacture and sale of cranes, foodservice equipment, and marine equipment worldwide. The company operates in three segments Cranes and Related Products (Crane), Foodservice Equipment (Foodservice), and Marine. The Crane segment provides lifting equipment used in energy, petrochemical, and industrial projects; infrastructure development, such as road, bridge, and airport construction; and commercial and residential construction; and mining and dredging. It designs, manufactures, and markets a line of crawler cranes, mobile telescopic cranes, tower cranes, and boom trucks. The Foodservice segment designs, manufactures, and markets product lines of ice making machines, walk-in and reach-in refrigerators/freezers, fountain beverage delivery systems, and other foodservice refrigeration products for the lodging, restaurant, healthcare, convenience store, soft-drink bottling, and institutional foodservice markets. The Marine segment provides new construction, ship repair, and maintenance services for freshwater and saltwater vessels. It also provides Great Lakes and oceangoing mid-sized commercial, research, and military vessels. In addition, the company provides backroom beverage equipment distribution services, replacement parts, product services, and crane rebuilding and remanufacturing services, as well as inspection, maintenance, and repair of freshwater and saltwater vessels. The Manitowoc Company was founded in 1853 and is based in Manitowoc, Wisconsin.


AGCO Corporation engages in the design, manufacture, marketing, and distribution of agricultural equipment and related replacement parts worldwide. The company sells agricultural equipment, including tractors, combines, self-propelled sprayers, hay tools, forage equipment, and implements under various brand names. The company offers compact tractors, utility tractors, and high horsepower tractors. It offers self-propelled, three- and four-wheeled vehicles, and related equipment for use in the application of liquid and dry fertilizers and crop protection chemicals. The company manufactures chemical sprayer equipment, which are used prior to planting crops and after crops emerge from the ground. Its hay and forage equipment includes round and rectangular balers, self-propelled windrowers, forage harvesters, disc mowers, and mower conditioners that are used for the harvesting and packaging of vegetative feeds used in the beef cattle, dairy, and horse industries. The company, through its Fieldstar brand precision farming system, offers software and hardware products, which enable farmers to utilize global positioning system technology, yield mapping, variable rate planting, and application and site specific agriculture. The company distributes its products through independent dealers and distributors, associates, and licensees. In addition, the company provides retail financing in North America, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Ireland, and Brazil through its finance joint ventures. AGCO was formed in 1990 and is headquartered in Duluth, Georgia.


Deere & Company engages in the manufacture and sale of agricultural and commercial equipment worldwide. It primarily operates in three segments: Agricultural Equipment, Commercial and Consumer Equipment, and Construction and Forestry. The Agricultural Equipment segment manufactures and distributes a line of farm equipment and related service parts, including tractors; combine, cotton, and sugarcane harvesters; tillage, seeding, and soil preparation machinery; sprayers; hay and forage equipment; material handling equipment; and integrated agricultural management systems technology. The Commercial and Consumer Equipment segment manufactures and distributes equipment, products, and service parts for commercial and residential uses, including tractors for lawn, garden, commercial, and utility purposes; mowing equipment, including walk-behind mowers; golf course equipment; utility vehicles; landscape products and irrigation equipment; and other outdoor power products. The Construction and Forestry segment manufactures and distributes a range of machines and service parts used in construction, earthmoving, material handling, and timber harvesting, including backhoe loaders; crawler dozers and loaders; four-wheel-drive loaders; excavators; motor graders; articulated dump trucks; landscape loaders; skid-steer loaders; and log skidders, feller bunchers, log loaders, log forwarders, log harvesters, and related attachments. The company also finances sales and leases by dealers of new and used agricultural, commercial and consumer, and construction and forestry equipment. In addition, it provides wholesale financing to dealers of the foregoing equipment, provides operating loans, finances retail revolving charge accounts, offers certain crop risk mitigation products, and invests in wind energy development, as well as provides managed health care plans. Deere & Company was founded in 1837 and is based in Moline, Illinois.


Terex Corporation engages in the manufacture and sale of various equipment for use in construction, infrastructure, quarrying, recycling, surface mining, shipping, transportation, refining, and utility and maintenance industries worldwide. It operates through five segments: Terex Construction; Terex Cranes; Terex Aerial Work Platforms; Terex Mining; and Terex Roadbuilding, Utility Products, and Other. The Terex Construction segment designs, manufactures, and markets heavy construction equipment, such as off-highway trucks and scrapers; compact equipment, including loader backhoes, compaction equipment, mini and midi excavators, loading machines, site dumpers, telehandlers, and wheel loaders; and mobile crushing and screening equipment, including jaw crushers, cone crushers, washing screens, and trommels. The Terex Cranes segment manufactures and markets mobile telescopic cranes, tower cranes, lattice boom crawler cranes, truck mounted cranes, and telescopic container stackers, as well as related replacement parts and components. The Terex Aerial Work Platforms segment offers aerial work platform equipment and telehandlers, including material lifts, portable aerial work platforms, trailer mounted booms, articulating booms, stick booms, scissor lifts, telehandlers, and related components and replacement parts. The Terex Mining segment offers hydraulic excavators and surface mining trucks. The Terex Roadbuilding, Utility Products, and Other segment manufactures and markets fixed installation crushing and screening equipment, asphalt and concrete equipment, utility equipment, light construction equipment, construction trailers, and on/off road heavy-duty vehicles, as well as related components and replacement parts. The company also leases and rents heavy equipment, as well as offers a line of financial products and services. It sells its products through a network of dealers, major accounts, and direct sales force. Terex Corporation is based in Westport, Connecticut.


Bucyrus International, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of excavation machinery used for surface mining. It also supplies replacement parts and service for such machines. The company's principal products include walking draglines, electric mining shovels, and blasthole drills that are used by customers engaged in mining of coal, iron ore, copper, oil sands, phosphate, bauxite, gold and diamonds, and other minerals. Bucyrus International's aftermarket offerings include engineered replacement parts, maintenance and repair labor, technical advice, refurbishment and relocation of machines, structural and mechanical engineering, nondestructive testing, repairs and rebuilds of machine components, product and component upgrades, turnkey erections, equipment operation, and equipment management under long-term maintenance and repair contracts. It sells mining machinery, equipment, and aftermarket parts and services directly through company personnel and independent sales representatives, as well as through its foreign subsidiaries and offices located in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, England, India, Peru, and South Africa. The company was founded as the Bucyrus Foundry and Manufacturing Company in 1880 and changed its name to Bucyrus-Erie. Further, Bucyrus-Erie changed its name to Bucyrus International, Inc. in 1996. The company is headquartered in South Milwaukee, Wisconsin.


Lindsay Manufacturing Co. engages in the design and manufacture of self-propelled center pivot and lateral move irrigation systems in the United States and internationally. These products are used in agricultural industry to enhance or stabilize crop production while conserving water, energy, and labor. The company produces hose reel travelers, irrigation controls, chemical injection systems, and remote monitoring and control systems. It also manufactures and markets repair and replacement parts for its irrigation systems and controls. Lindsay also produces and sells large diameter steel tubing products, as well as manufactures and assembles various agricultural and construction products on a contract manufacturing basis for large industrial companies. The company was founded in 1954 and is based in Omaha, Nebraska.


Joy Global, Inc. engages in the manufacture, servicing, and distribution of mining equipment for the extraction of coal, and other minerals and ores worldwide. It operates in two segments, Underground Mining Machinery and Surface Mining Equipment. The Underground Mining Machinery segment offers various products for the extraction of coal and other bedded materials, which include continuous miners, longwall shearers, roof supports, armored face conveyors, shuttle cars, flexible conveyor trains, continuous haulage systems, and roof bolters, as well as longwall mining systems comprising roof supports, an armored face conveyor, and a longwall shearer. This segment also maintains a network of service and replacement parts distribution centers to rebuild and service equipment, as well as to sell replacement parts in support of its installed base. The Surface Mining Equipment segment primarily offers electric mining shovels, rotary blasthole drills, and walking draglines for open-pit mining operations, as well as for use in mining copper, coal, iron ore, oil sands, silver, gold, diamonds, phosphate, and other minerals and ores. This segment also sells used electric mining shovels. The company was founded in 1884 and is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.


Cascade Corporation engages in the manufacture of materials handling load engagement devices and related replacement parts primarily for the lift truck industry worldwide. It offers various lift truck attachments, forks, and accessories used to handle loads, such as appliances, paper rolls, baled materials, textiles, beverage containers, drums, canned goods, bricks, masonry blocks, lumber, plywood, and boxed, packaged, and containerized products. The company's attachment products include sideshifters, fork positioners, paper roll clamps, push/pulls, carton clamps, rotators, multiple load handlers, and bar arm, bale, drum, and no-arm clamps. Cascade Corporation also offers other specialty products, such as load stabilizers, stationary load inverter, forward bin dumper, block handlers, layer picker, and load extender. In addition, it provides hydraulic and electrical systems, remanufactured attachments, and custom products. The company markets and distributes its products to original equipment manufacturers, original equipment designers, and distributors. Cascade Corporation was organized in 1943 and is headquartered in Fairview, Oregon.


Paragon Technologies, Inc. provides material handling solutions. It offers systems, technologies, products, and services for material flow applications. The company operates through two segments, SI Systems and Ermanco. SI Systems segment offers Automated Material Handling Systems, including LO-TOW, an in-floor towline conveyors that are utilized in the automation of manufacturing, assembly, and unit load handling in distribution environments; and large newspaper roll delivery systems. This segment serves automotive, recreational and utility vehicle, distribution centers, radiation chambers, engine assembly, truck assembly, construction vehicles, newspaper facilities, and farm machinery. This segment also provides Dispen-Si-Matic and Sinthesis, which offer solutions for reducing inefficiencies, labor-intensive methods, and long-time deliveries serving pharmaceutical, entertainment, vision, nutritional supplements, health and beauty aids, cosmetics, and an assortment of various soft goods. The Ermanco segment supplies material handling systems and equipment to both national and international markets. Its products include XenoROL, a line-shaft-driven live roller conveyors; NBA23 narrow belt accumulation conveyors; AccuROL, a belt-driven live roller conveyors; and IntelliROL, a motorized-roller conveyors, as well as urethane belt transfers (UBTs); ERS right angle sorters; multistage and air-operated pushers; ESA60 swing arm diverters; and NBS 30, NBS 90, and NBS 90SP narrow belt sorters. This segment also offers Command Systems Software, a suite of software routines, to meet the configuration, operation, and specific parameters of individual systems. The company was incorporated in 1958 and is headquartered in Easton, Pennsylvania.


Caterpillar, Inc. manufactures construction and mining equipment; diesel and natural gas engines; and industrial gas turbines. It operates its business in Machinery, Engines, and Financial Products lines. Machinery line involves in the design, manufacture, marketing, and sale of construction, mining, and forestry machinery, such as track and wheel tractors, track and wheel loaders, pipelayers, motor graders, wheel tractor-scrapers, track and wheel excavators, backhoe loaders, log skidders, log loaders, off-highway trucks, articulated trucks, paving products, telescopic handlers, skid steer loaders, and related parts. It also offers logistics services for other companies. Engines line offers engines for the company's machinery; electric power generation systems; on-highway vehicles and locomotives; marine, petroleum, construction, industrial, agricultural, and other applications; and related parts. Financial Products line provides a range of retail financing alternatives to customers and dealers for Caterpillar machinery and engines, solar gas turbines, as well as other equipment and marine vessels. The company also offers various forms of insurance to customers and dealers to help support the purchase and lease of equipment, as well as invests in independent power projects using Caterpillar power generation equipment and services. It markets its products through various distribution centers and dealers in the United States and worldwide. The company was formed as Caterpillar Tractor Co. in 1925 and changed its name to Caterpillar, Inc. in 1986. Caterpillar, Inc. is headquartered in Peoria, Illinois.


Columbus McKinnon Corporation engages in manufacturing and marketing material handling products that move, lift, position, and secure material primarily in the United States. It operates in two segments: Products and Solutions. Products segment designs, manufactures, and distributes various material handling products for industrial applications and consumer use. This segment's products include electric, lever, hand, and air powered hoists; hoist trolleys; industrial crane systems, such as bridge, gantry, and jib cranes; alloy, carbon steel, and kiln chain; closed-die forged attachments, such as hooks, shackles, logging tools, and loadbinders; industrial components, such as mechanical and electromechanical actuators, mechanical jacks, and rotary unions; and below-the-hook special purpose lifters. The company sells its products through commercial distributors to end user, as well as through retailers and wholesalers to the consumer market. Solutions segment is engaged in the design, fabrication, and installation of integrated workstation and facility wide material handling systems, as well as in the design and manufacture of tire shredders. This segment's products include integrated material handling conveyor systems, lift tables, and light-rail systems and manipulators. These products are sold directly to end users for specific applications in various industries. The company operates in the United States, Europe, and Canada. Columbus Mckinnon was founded in 1875 and is headquartered in Amherst, New York.


Alamo Group, Inc. engages in the manufacture, distribution, and servicing of equipment for right-of-way maintenance and agriculture. It offers various products, including tractor mounted mowing and other vegetation maintenance equipment, trimmers, street sweepers, agricultural implements, and related after market parts and services; hydraulic, boom-mounted hedge and hedgerow cutters, industrial grass mowers, agricultural seedbed preparation cultivators, and related replacement parts; heavy-duty mechanical rotary mowers, snow blowers, rock removal equipment, and related replacement parts; and front-end loaders and backhoes. The company sells its products primarily to governmental end-users, related independent contractors, and to the agricultural and commercial turf markets in North America and Europe. Alamo Group was founded in 1955 and is based in Seguin, Texas.


Hitachi, Ltd. provides diversified products and services worldwide. Its Information and Telecommunication Systems segment includes systems integration, outsourcing services, software, hard disk drives, disk array subsystems, servers, mainframes, personal computers, telecommunications equipment, and automatic teller machines. The company's Electronic Devices segment offers liquid crystal displays (LCD), semiconductor manufacturing equipment, test and measurement equipment, and medical electronics equipment. Its Power and Industrial Systems segment's products and services include nuclear, thermal, and hydroelectric power plants; plant engineering and construction; industrial machinery and plants; automotive products; construction machinery; elevators; escalators; railway vehicles; and air-conditioning equipment. The company's Digital Media and Consumer Products segment offers optical disk drives, televisions, LCD projectors, mobile phones, room air conditioners, refrigerators, washing machines, information storage media, and batteries. Hitachi's High Functional Materials and Components segment provides wires and cables, copper products, semiconductor materials, circuit boards and materials, organic and inorganic chemical products, synthetic resin products, LCD materials, specialty steels, magnetic materials, malleable cast-iron products, and forged and cast-steel products. The company's Logistics, Services, and Others segment offers trading, transportation, and property management services. Its Financial Services segment provides leasing, loan guarantees, and insurance services. The company offers its products through direct sales force, independent dealers, and distributors to industrial companies, financial institutions, utilities, governments, and individuals. Hitachi has a strategic alliance with Intelligroup, Inc. to deliver application management services to its business units and customers. The company was founded in 1910 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.


A.S.V., Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and sale of track-driven all-season vehicles. The company has three product lines: the R-Series Posi-Track product line; the MultiTerrain Loader (MTL) undercarriage product line; and the Loegering product line. The R-Series product line and the MTL product line utilize a rubber track suspension system that combines the features of both traditional rubber wheels and steel tracks. R-Series products are ride-on machines and are equipped with pilot-operated hydraulic controls. Its safety features include roll over protection structure, falling object protection structure canopy, lap bar, seat belt, and parking brake. A.S.V's MTL undercarriage products are a primary component in MTL products, which are used in various applications, including construction, excavation, landscape, demolition, and material handling. It sells its MTL undercarriages to Caterpillar, Inc. The company's Loegering products consist primarily of over-the-tire steel tracks; and the Versatile Track System, a bolt on bolt off track system that converts most skid-steers from wheels to rubber tracks. It offers products for various markets, including construction, agricultural, landscaping, rental, military, and other markets. ASV distributes its products through an independent dealer network in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Portugal. The company was co-founded by Edgar Hetteen and Gary Lemke in 1983 and is headquartered in Grand Rapids, Minnesota.


Gehl Company engages in the design, manufacture, distribution, and financing of equipment used in the light construction and the agricultural industries worldwide. Its construction equipment consists of skid loaders, telescopic handlers, asphalt pavers, compact excavators, compact track loaders, all-wheel-steer loaders, and compact loaders and attachments. The company markets its construction equipment under the Gehl and Mustang brand names to contractors, subcontractors, owner operators, rental stores, and municipalities. Agriculture equipment comprises a range of products, including haymaking; forage harvesting; materials handling, such as skid loaders, telescopic handlers, compact excavators, compact track loaders, all-wheel-steer loaders, and compact loaders and attachments' manure handling, and feedmaking equipment. The company markets its agriculture equipment to customers in the dairy and livestock industries. It markets and sells its equipment through independent dealers and distributors in Europe, the Middle East, Australia, the Pacific Rim, Latin America, North America, and Canada. The company has strategic alliance with Manitou BF S.A. Gehl Company was founded in 1859 and is headquartered in West Bend, Wisconsin.


NACCO Industries, Inc., a holding company, engages principally in lift trucks, housewares, and mining businesses. It designs, engineers, manufactures, sells, services, and leases a line of lift trucks and aftermarket parts. The company designs, manufactures, imports, and markets small electric kitchen and household appliances, such as motor-driven appliances that include blenders, mixers, can openers, and food processors; heat-driven appliances consisting of coffeemakers, irons, toasters, slow cookers, indoor grills, and toaster ovens; and kitchenware and related accessories. It also offers a line of air purifiers, odor eliminators, and commercial products for restaurants, bars, and hotels. In addition, NACCO mines and markets lignite primarily as fuel for power generation, and provides selected mining services for other natural resources companies. The company serves food distributors, trucking and automotive companies, lumber, metal products, rental companies, paper and building materials suppliers, warehouses, light and heavy manufacturers, retailers, and container handling companies. Nacco markets its products and services in the America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia-Pacific. The company is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio.