HORICON — John Deere's new manufacturing plant in Horicon is up and running. The company held a ribbon-cutting event last week for the new $45 million facility that employs 80 people. John Deere announced a 388,000-square-foot expansion to the existing facility in October 2015 after local and state agencies secured incentives for the project. New operations at the Horicon Works facility replace warehousing and sub-manufacturing work done in Janesville. As the Horicon project began, John Deere ended its contract with a third-party employer, eliminating 100 jobs in Janesville. contributed $2 million in tax credits to the Horicon Works facility, while the City of Horicon created a tax incremental financing (TIF) district to provide tax support for the project. John Deere has operated in Horicon since 1911 and employed more than 1,000 in the town of 3,500 in Dodge County before this latest project. The Horicon Works expansion allows that factory to begin producing the Gator utility vehicle, adding shipping and warehousing operations. The Gator accounted for about half the plant’s volume in 2013. John Deere began building Gators in Horicon after moving its.
Der John Deere 6150R mit 5650 Betriebsstunden und Baujahr 2013 verfügt über 170 PS (125 kW). Der Preis dieser Gebrauchtmaschine beträgt 70000 EUR inkl. Der John Deere 6150R ist mit Zapfwellendrehzahl 540/1000, Antrieb Allrad, Druckluftbremse, EHR, Höchstgeschwindigkeit in km/h 40 km/h, gefederte Vorderachse, Plattform Kabine, Luftsitz, Getriebe Lastschaltgetriebe ausgestattet.