Specs of Fiat Agri Laverda combine harvesters


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The history of Fiat Agri Laverda combine harvester

Laverda is an Italian brand renowned for its production of grain combines. Its history dates back to 1873 when Pietro Laverda transformed a modest artisan workshop into a dynamically growing company. By the 1930s, Laverda had gained recognition in the industry, and in 1956, it introduced the first Italian self-propelled combine harvester, the M 60 model, which paved the way for the company to compete in both the Italian and international markets. The M 60 model, present for over 50 years, stands as a clear testament to the technological vision that Laverda had set in those times. The subsequent M 100 AL model, featuring a cross and longitudinal self-leveling system enabling work on slopes, confirms the company’s advanced approach to combine production.
In June 2000, AGCO acquired the Laverda brand along with its plant and historical trademark. The new owner continued the tradition of producing high-quality machinery, introducing a new range of combines, large balers, and baler wrappers. The experience gained over the years became invaluable in producing machines with excellent performance, in line with the latest technological standards.

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