Alamo Group Trucking Inc


Alamo Group was started in 1969 and currently produces and assembles products in 13 principal facilities worldwide specifically in the United States, England, France, the Netherlands, Canada and Australia. Alamo Group corporate offices are located in Seguin, Texas and headquarters for our European operations are located in Salford Priors, England.
Alamo Group has focused on satisfying customer needs through geographic market expansion, product development and refinement, and select acquisitions. Alamo Group has gradually come to lead all of major market segments in technology, in the creation and marketing of top brands, in manufacturing efficiency and in product innovation.
Alamo Group products are sold through Alamo Group's marketing organizations and an extensive worldwide dealer networks under various trademarks and trade names. These include Alamo Industrial, Tiger, Schwarze, Schulte, Rhino, M&W, SMC, Fuerst, Herschel, Valu-Bilt, Bomford, McConnel, Twose, SMA, Forges Gorce, Faucheux, Rousseau and many others.
Alamo Group serves the agricultural equipment market with proven technologies, a broad product line and some of the strongest brand names around. Innovations are especially notable in Ag-based mowers, loaders, backhoes, tillers, post hole diggers, and sod-cutting equipment, as well as after-market parts operations.
Alamo Group Trucking Inc manufacture product such as Flail Mowers, Bomford, McConnel, Rousseau and Twose, and Rotary Mowers. A versatile and powerful rotary mowing equipment is also available from other Alamo Group manufacturers including M&W and Alamo Industrial, Boom Mowers/Power Arms which is also found in equipment from Bomford, Twose, SMA and Schulte, Street Sweepers. The Schwarze M6000 Variable High Dump Street Sweeper was built to meet demand for fast removal of heavy debris from streets and is the one of the largest, most powerful regenerative air sweepers in existence. The Rhino Front End Loader is designed to solve countless farming and landscaping chores. In fact, Rhino makes nine precision-fit front end loaders and backhoes to fit many tractors.