Classic John Deere
has lasting through generations for many reasons, including its ability to adapt to changing business conditions. With effective partnerships, major manufacturers like John Deere can endure the greatest recessions in recent history. For example, during the Great Depression, the alloy industry and farming equipment manufacturers have endured. The same can be said for the recent recession, as John Deere and its partner - Eagle Alloy - have since made successful comebacks.
In Muskegan, Michigan, Eagle Alloy has been producing metals and essential parts for major manufacturers like John Deere for years. According to Mlive.com, although the partnership with John Deere is relatively new, Eagle Alloy has been producing 22 parts on a new Deere farm sprayer that is expected to sell 3,000 units and bring more business to both companies.
Receiving tax breaks for their economic success, companies like Eagle Alloy and John Deere are guaranteed profitability in the years to come. "Our country needs manufacturing," the co-owner of Eagle Alloy, John Workman, told the news source. "Yes, we are in a global economy. But other countries are not playing by the same rules as we are."