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  1. 02 December 2015

    Employees at John Deere Cylinder Works in Moline, Illinois, are seeing energy use in a different light thanks to a new factory lighting system.

  2. 19 June 2015

    John Deere units worldwide are making off-the-job safety awareness a priority. That's because nine of 10 fatalities and more than two-thirds of disabling injuries occur off the job, according to the U.S. National Safety Council. Deere safety records show company employees are 20 times more likely to be hurt off the job than while at work.

  3. 18 June 2015

    He may be 33 years old, but when Jacob Cline, pictured above, puts on John Deere's new aging-simulation suit, he's working as if he's 63. Cline is a product delivery process engineer and one of the first employees to try the new suit at John Deere Harvester Works in East Moline, Illinois.

  4. 18 June 2015

    John Deere's drive to make its facilities injury-free means safety teams around the world continuously look for ways to improve our safety environment. One example of this drive for excellence is found in our John Deere Mexico factories.

  5. 15 April 2015

    The availability of water is a growing concern globally. Motores John Deere, located in Torréon, Mexico, identified an opportunity to use gray water (recycled wastewater) rather than rely on well water or city potable water.

  6. 15 April 2015

    John Deere North American Parts Distribution Center (NAPDC) in Milan, Illinois, is not only looking for opportunities to improve the facility’s recycling program, but also for ways to support customers’ recycling efforts.

  7. 15 April 2015

    As we grow and improve our business, we want to ensure we grow efficiently. John Deere Des Moines Works is a great example of growing our business efficiently.

  8. 15 April 2015

    The installation of solar panels is nothing new, but installing solar panels capable of meeting the hot water demands of a facility in Jiamusi, China, where temperatures can fall as low as -36 degrees centigrade is a serious challenge. The John Deere Jiamusi Works (JDJW) energy team rose to that challenge, developing an innovative solution to the problem of an inefficient solar energy system.

  9. 15 April 2015

    The availability of water is a growing concern globally. Motores John Deere, located in Torréon, Mexico, identified an opportunity to use gray water (recycled wastewater) rather than rely on well water or city potable water.

  10. 14 May 2014

    At John Deere, the goal is zero employee injuries, on and off the job. That also means zero injuries to and from the job. In countries like China, India, Mexico, Brazil, and Russia, Deere provides bus transportation for some 10,000 employees to get to and from work each day. In 2013, Deere took steps to help ensure this transportation is as safe as possible.

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