Deere & Company has announced it’s expanding operations in Springfield.
The remanufacturing division of Deere & Company, John Deere Reman, will add drivetrain and hydraulic remanufacturing operations to its existing facilities, creating 130 new jobs.
The division has around 400 employees in Springfield and will be hiring more workers to support the new business.
John Deere Reman remanufactures engines, fuel, and electronics components for agriculture and construction customers around the world.
Governor Parson says the state looks forward to John Deere Reman’s continued success. “We appreciate John Deere’s continued investment in our state and commitment to providing more jobs and opportunities for Missourians,” Parson said.
John Deere Reman began in Springfield in 1998 as a joint venture with Springfield Remanufacturing Corp, and became wholly owned by Deere in 2009.