Deere in Deutschland

  • 14-Oct-2008 02:06 EDT

Deere & Co. announced plans to establish a European Technology & Innovation Center (ETIC) in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Deere plans to have the center, which will accommodate up to 200 engineers, operational in the spring of 2010. The new center will provide engineering support for Deere's work in intelligent mobile equipment technologies and agricultural management solutions. Deere said Kaiserslautern provides an excellent environment with such activities as the highly specialized research operations at the University of Kaiserslautern, providing John Deere opportunities to recruit employees. Deere said the ETIC location also is beneficial because it is between the product engineering centers at John Deere factories in Mannheim and Zweibruecken.

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