John Deere is a manufacturer and distributor of agricultural, construction and forestry equipment.
The headquarters of John Deere is located in Molina, Illinois. John Deere has a revenue of 482.5 thousand dollars. John Deere’s revenue is $482,500 per employee. John Deere’s main competitor is Caterpillar, headed by Jim Ampleby, who is their chairman and chief executive officer. John Deere has 28,231 followers.
John Deere’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Deere top competitors include: Caterpillar, Kubota, Mahindra, Massey Ferguson, Komatsu, AGCO, Claas Group, CNH Industrial, Toro, Doosan, Ravo B.v, Ponsse Oyj, Terex and Tigercat Industries.
Together they lifted over 268.8M between their supposed 603.8K employees. With 74,000 employees, John Deere is ranked 3rd among the top 10 competitors. There are an average of 48,583 employees among the top 10 competitors.
- Website: deere.com
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- Founded: 1837
- Est. Annual Revenue: $35.7B
- Est. Employees: 74,000
- Headquarters: One John Deere Place Moline, Illinois 61265
Caterpillar is perceived as one of John Deere’s biggest rivals. Caterpillar Company was founded in 1925, and its headquarters are located in Peoria, Illinois. Like John Deere, Caterpillar also works in the field of heavy machinery and vehicles. Caterpillar employs 28,300 more people than John Deere.
Kubota is one of the main competitors of John Deere. Kubota is a public company founded in 1890 in Osaka, Ōsaka Prefecture. Like John Deere, Kubota also competes in the heavy machinery and vehicle sector. Compared to John Deere, Kubota has 32,973 fewer employees.
Mahindra is John Deere’s number 3 competitor. Mahindra is a public company which was founded in Mumbai, Maharashtra, in 1945. Like John Deere, Mahindra also works in the heavy engineering and transportation sectors. Mahindra employs 166,000 more people than John Deere.