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International Harvester Co. was named after the first product it ever manufactured on a mass scale, the reaper, now known as a harvester in the agricultural industry. Eventually the small enterprise branched off from agricultural manufacturing into trucks and construction and earthmoving equipment, growing into a multinational company over the course of its 150 plus years in operation. Descendants of founder Cyrus Hall McCormick managed the company up until 1946.

“Trying to do business without advertising is like winking at a pretty girl through a pair of green goggles. You may know what you are doing, but no one else does.” [2] These were famous words spoken by McCormick on the nature of conducting business. McCormick was well reputed for his understanding of marketing and finance. By 1879, when his son, Cyrus Jr., had joined him in the family-run business, McCormick Harvesting Machine Co. was the world’s largest farm implement manufacturer. [3]

McCormick was the first entrepreneur in the equipment business to establish an effective and highly successful distribution system with retailers that sold his products. At the time, it was common for retailers to sell competing brands. McCormick, however, introduced a contract that encouraged franchises to refrain from doing this and focus exclusively on selling McCormick products. [4] In essence, McCormick developed a dealer concept that is the retailing model that exists in the farming and equipment industry today.

The International Harvester Company was formed by the merger of the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company and the Deering Harvester Company in 1902. The company had a number of early tractor models. The Farmall, in 1924, sparked a revolution in tractor design. The Farmall introduced the tricycle style row-crop tractor. It could not only plow, but was capable of precision work such as cultivating. International Harvester's agricultural operations were merged with the J. I. Case Company in 1985. Equipment is stil manufactured under the Case IH name.

Case IH - official site
German IHC - information on IHC tractors built at the Neuss factory in Germany
International Skid-steer Loaders - information on International skid-steer loaders at DiggerData.com

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International Harvester Co. was named after the first product it ever manufactured on a mass scale, the reaper, now known as a harvester in the agricultural industry. Eventually the small enterprise branched off from agricultural manufacturing into trucks and construction and earthmoving equipment, growing into a multinational company over the course of its 150 plus years in operation. Descendants of founder Cyrus Hall McCormick managed the company up until 1946.

“Trying to do business without advertising is like winking at a pretty girl through a pair of green goggles. You may know what you are doing, but no one else does.” [2] These were famous words spoken by McCormick on the nature of conducting business. McCormick was well reputed for his understanding of marketing and finance. By 1879, when his son, Cyrus Jr., had joined him in the family-run business, McCormick Harvesting Machine Co. was the world’s largest farm implement manufacturer. [3]

McCormick was the first entrepreneur in the equipment business to establish an effective and highly successful distribution system with retailers that sold his products. At the time, it was common for retailers to sell competing brands. McCormick, however, introduced a contract that encouraged franchises to refrain from doing this and focus exclusively on selling McCormick products. [4] In essence, McCormick developed a dealer concept that is the retailing model that exists in the farming and equipment industry today.

The International Harvester Company was formed by the merger of the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company and the Deering Harvester Company in 1902. The company had a number of early tractor models. The Farmall, in 1924, sparked a revolution in tractor design. The Farmall introduced the tricycle style row-crop tractor. It could not only plow, but was capable of precision work such as cultivating. International Harvester's agricultural operations were merged with the J. I. Case Company in 1985. Equipment is stil manufactured under the Case IH name.

Case IH - official site
German IHC - information on IHC tractors built at the Neuss factory in Germany
International Skid-steer Loaders - information on International skid-steer loaders at DiggerData.com

International Harvester Co. was named after the first product it ever manufactured on a mass scale, the reaper, now known as a harvester in the agricultural industry. Eventually the small enterprise branched off from agricultural manufacturing into trucks and construction and earthmoving equipment, growing into a multinational company over the course of its 150 plus years in operation. Descendants of founder Cyrus Hall McCormick managed the company up until 1946.

“Trying to do business without advertising is like winking at a pretty girl through a pair of green goggles. You may know what you are doing, but no one else does.” [2] These were famous words spoken by McCormick on the nature of conducting business. McCormick was well reputed for his understanding of marketing and finance. By 1879, when his son, Cyrus Jr., had joined him in the family-run business, McCormick Harvesting Machine Co. was the world’s largest farm implement manufacturer. [3]

McCormick was the first entrepreneur in the equipment business to establish an effective and highly successful distribution system with retailers that sold his products. At the time, it was common for retailers to sell competing brands. McCormick, however, introduced a contract that encouraged franchises to refrain from doing this and focus exclusively on selling McCormick products. [4] In essence, McCormick developed a dealer concept that is the retailing model that exists in the farming and equipment industry today.


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