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Đuro Đaković
Founded 1921
Headquarters Slavonski Brod, Croatia
Products combine harvesters, military vehicles, power plant equipment, railway equipment

Đuro Đaković is a Croatian heavy industrial concern supplying farm equipment, military vehicles, power plant equipment, railway equipment, trams, and steam and diesel locomotives. Now located in Slavonski Brod, Croatia, Đuro Đaković continues to produce military, farm, railway, and other equipment today since 1921.

Combine harvesters were built from 1981-2005 under license from Deutz-Fahr, and to also supply Deutz-Fahr, (later Same Deutz-Fahr). In 2005, Same Deutz-Fahr bought 86% of the combine harvester business and renamed it SDF Harvester, marking Deutz-Fahr's return to the manufacturing of combine harvesters as in the preceding years, all harvesters were built by other manufacturers. The Đuro Đaković name was dropped in favor of Deutz-Fahr.[1]


CompanyEdit

The central operating company is Đuro Đaković Holding d.d., and it has stocks listed at the Zagreb Stock Exchange. The majority stakeholder is the Croatian Government, at over 61% as of 2007. The group is composed of:

  • Đuro Đaković Specijalna vozila d.d.
  • Đuro Đaković Elektromont d.d.
  • Đuro Đaković Inženjering d.d.
  • Đuro Đaković Proizvodnja opreme d.o.o.
  • Đuro Đaković Strojna obrada d.o.o.
  • Đuro Đaković Energetika i infrastruktura d.o.o.
  • Slobodna zona Đuro Đaković Slavonski Brod d.o.o.

Civilian factory Edit

Locomotives Edit

Since 1926, Đuro Đaković constructed various steam locomotives for the Jugoslav State Railways and exports to other countries.

In 1935, the first standard gauge locomotive was constructed.

From 1981 to 1985, Đuro Đaković purchased a licence to build locomotives from General Motors designs to suit their needs. In addition to building the locomotives for their country, Đuro Đaković also exported 20 G22W's to the Islamic Republic of Iran Railways in 1982.

Exported Locomotives

  • G22W (Islamic Republic of Iran Railways Series 60)

TramsEdit

Military factory Edit

The part of the company dedicated to creating / upgrading military vehicles is named Đuro Đaković Specijalna vozila d.d.

Tanks and APCs Edit

Original production:

  • M-84A4 - originally created in the 1980s Yugoslavia as a local version of the T-72;
  • LOV APC - originally created during the 1990s war as first Croatian local APC;
  • M-95 Degman - new Main Battle Tank based on experimental M-91 Vihor with significant modifications.

Programs of modernization:

Other products:


CombinesEdit

Đuro Đaković combine harvester Models
Model Year(s) Produced Horsepower Engine Type Misc Notes Photo
Đuro Đaković FarmLiner 33.70 78 hp (58 kW) Deutz Ðuro Ðaković FarmLiner 33.70 combine
Đuro Đaković Globus 6.240 HS 240 hp (180 kW) Deutz Ðuro Ðakovic Globus 6.240-HS combine - 2004
Đuro Đaković HydroLiner 36.20 Ðuro Ðakovic HydroLiner 36.20 combine
Đuro Đaković M770 72 hp (54 kW) Ðuro Ðakovic M770 combine (red)
Đuro Đaković M1620 Ðuro Ðaković M1620 combine - 1986
Đuro Đaković M1620H Đuro Đaković M1620H combine
Đuro Đaković MK770 Ðuro Ðaković MK770 combine

Other ProductsEdit

Duro-Dakovic RL 150 wheel loader

Đuro Đaković RL 150 Wheeled Loader


see alsoEdit

References / sourcesEdit


External links Edit

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