Over the course of the next 15 months Alo continues it’s restructuring of its production footprint worldwide. Starting in August last year by setting up a new production facility in Tennesee, USA, Alo now moves on by starting phasing out two of its five European production sites, replacing it with a new facility in Ningbo, China in which it will start production of implements. By these actions, Alo shows its determination to continue growing and serving farmers world wide with products meeting their requirements.
Ålö’s founder, Karl-Ragnar Åström, may well have been sadly contemplating the horses on the farm as he stepped into the blacksmith’s workshop and began sketching his own front loader. One year later, his sketches had been transformed into reality to become the first Swedish front loader.
Production started 1946