AGCO Allis farm tractors
AGCO Allis was a subsidiary of the world-renowned agricultural machinery manufacturer AGCO that was founded in 1990. AGCO is currently one of the industry giants with more than $9 billion in revenue and over 20,000 staff members working day and night. The company presently operates from its headquarters based in Georgia, USA. AGCO Allis came into existence when the American part of the company named Deutz Allis decided to come up with a brand of its own for producing superior quality agricultural machinery. AGCO Allis continued producing tractors until 2001 after which the machines were now offered to interested customers under several other brand names including Massey Ferguson, Valtra and Fendt. During the decade of its operations, the AGCO Allis brand offered a total of 39 different tractor models to its customers. These machines ranged in power between 50 and 250 horsepower. This wide range of power distribution allowed the company to gain clients that dramatically varied in sizes and requirements. Some of the tractor models offered by AGCO Allis included but were not limited to 4650, 4660 and 9150.