Predecessor Deutz-Allis
Successor AGCO
Headquarters Duluth, Georgia, USA
Products agriculture machinery tractor, implements
Parent AGCO

AGCO-Allis is a brand used by AGCO on tractors, Gleaner combine harvesters and implements in both North and South America. It has also been used without a hyphen, AGCO Allis, and with a lower-case AGCO, Agco-Allis.

AGCO-Allis was the first brand for the new Gleaner Allis Corporation, later renamed Allis Gleaner Corporation (AGCO), in 1990. It was a renaming of the former Deutz-Allis brand of equipment that was owned by Deutz-Fahr.

Main article: AGCO

AGCO-Allis Lawn & Garden Equipment was a brand built by Simplicity Manufacturing Company, which licensed the name from AGCO.

In 2001, the AGCO-Allis brand in North America was merged with the White tractor brand, and renamed just AGCO; however, the AGCO-Allis brand continues to this day in South America with production in Argentina.[1]


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  • AGCO-Allis Gleaner Combine Harvesters

AGCO-Allis Swather Models
Model Year(s) Produced Horsepower Engine Type Misc Notes Photo
AGCO-Allis 8110 S 96 hp (72 kW) Cummins built in USA AA 8110 S swather - 2001
AGCO-Allis 8500 152 hp (113 kW) Cummins built in USA AA 8500 swather - 2001


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