New Holland PA
The New Holland plant traces its roots to 1895 when a two-man machinery repair shop was founded in New Holland, PA, by master machinist and inventor Abe Zimmerman. Through the years, New Holland became known as the leader in hay and forage technology, pioneering many firsts. Today, products built in New Holland, PA are exported to 45 countries around the world; the plant produces 30 different models of round balers, square balers, pull-type forage harvesters and other haytools.
Tours are available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 1 p.m. during plant operation. Call (717) 355- 1588 for reservations. Group tours can be arranged.
New Holland Plant Tour Info
Grand Island, NE
Product manufactured include combines and windrowers. Plant tours for the Grand Island facility need to be scheduled in advance. Please contact Charlene Sammons to make arrangements. email@example.com
Products manufactured include tractors and wheel loaders. Plant tours are available Mondays through Thursdays by appointment for the Fargo facility. Visitors must be at least 14 years of age. Please contact Jan Elton to make arrangements - (701) 293-4666 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Products manufactured include Tractors and components (transmissions, final drives, axles, and valves) for Combines, Cotton Pickers, and Sprayers. Plant tours for the Racine facility are every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 9 AM and need to be scheduled 48 hours in advance. Visitors must be at least 14 years of age. Please call the tour line 262-636-7273 or contact Jenni DeVore to make arrangements. email@example.com