McCormick International USA, based in Duluth, Georgia, named Doug Rehor CEO. Prior to joining McCormick, Doug held a number of engineering, product management, marketing and business improvement leadership positions at CNH and AGCO.
An industry veteran with over 15 years experience working with agricultural equipment, Doug served in the U.S. Air Force for several years and later worked in the defense industry as a weapon systems program manager in the national security division of Battelle, based in the Washington D.C. area.
He entered the agricultural equipment industry at what was then Case Corporation in the mid-1990s, leading product development programs in the precision farming segment of the business. This was followed by engineering and product management leadership roles for implements; including planters, tillage equipment, and air seeders, as well as for self-propelled sprayers and specialty harvesting equipment.
McCormick International USA builds and distributes agricultural tractors for both fulltime and rural lifestyle farmers from 23 hp to greater than 200 hp. McCormick's heritage goes back to the days of Cyrus McCormick, maker of the first commercially successful reaper in 1831.
Present day McCormick has state-of-the-art factories in several countries around the world and is privately held by the Morra family of Italy. McCormick International USA distributes through a growing network of dealers throughout the United States.
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