Saint-Dizier: An Industrial and R&D Complex for Europe

Saint-Dizier is a site well-known for its industrial and human capital, a heritage going back to its foundation in 1949, when the location produced entire tractors. Taken over by YTO in 2011, the factory now devotes its industrial know-how to the production of transmissions and components for tractors. In order to innovate and improve the performance of the factory’s products, a team of engineers is dedicated to R&D.

Few figures:

  • more than 250 production machines
  • 99 production employees
  • 15 quality control employees
  • Surface area : 208 000m²
  • Saint-Dizier 1949

    Establishment of the Saint-Dizier tractor factory by International Harvester Company

  • Saint-Dizier 1984

    Case & IH merger: the factory operates under the brand Case IH

  • Saint-Dizier 1999

    Case IH & New Holland merger: the factory becomes CNH Global

  • Saint-Dizier 2001

    Takeover of factory and McCormick brand by ARGO Tractors

  • YTO France SAS founded following takeover of the McCormick factory

  • Expansion of product line