MTD is the abbreviation of English words The Modern Tool and Die Company ( modern instrument and lithium), with the main office in Cleveland, Ohio. It is one of the world ' s largest manufacturers of motorized gardening equipment. MTD Products Inc. was established in 1932 and remains a private company. Initially, the products of the plant were imputed elements and radiator bars. But it's been years and the product range has expanded. As a producer orchard equipment MTD became known in 1958 when their first rotary gasoline became available. MTD has a strongest production base. The company now has plants in the US, Canada, Mexico, Germany, Hungary and China. Most of the components for their equipment, including plastic parts, MTD releases itself. Such an organization of production is very important, as it is difficult to guarantee stable quality in the purchase of spare parts.
The MTD group owns stamps such as:
- Cub Cadet,
- Yard Machines,
- White Outdoor.
MTD is capable of satisfying the need of both amateur and a professional by its line of gardening equipment. Each brand has its qualities and properties, which are excellently complementary by forming an inventory gardens, from electrical to cultivators, snowboarders and tractors to manual instrument. And all this is counted on any consumer with taste and sufficient.
Three young engineers from Germany - Theo Moll, Erwin Gerhard and Emil Yohum - emigrated to the United States in 1932 and established the Modern Tool and Die Company (Contemporary Instrument and Litier), abbreviated - MTD. In a few years, the company has acquired the name of a lithium manufacturer and of high-quality tools. Further development resulted in the acquisition of stamp equipment for the production of toys.
In the early 1950s, the company began to produce three-wheeled gardens, the first step in the company ' s further development in the garden market, which was thus prejudged by MTD. gardening equipment♪ That's the new profile of the company. The first rotary gasoline fell off the factory in 1958. In 1959, there were two novels under the MTD brand: self-propelled gasoline as well as a garden tractor. In 1962, MTD acquired rights to a gardener from Canada and four years later, i.e. in 1966, a plastics company in Cleveland.