Morris Industries strives to provide the most innovative and up-to-date products in the agricultural equipment market. Our team of research and development specialists respond to the needs of our customers by developing new and more efficient equipment such as the 9 Series Air Cart and C2 Contour Drill. Morris has been providing innovative equipment to North American farmers since 1929. Today you will find Morris in international markets such as Australia, Kazakhstan, Germany, Ukraine, France, England, New Zealand, South Africa and Russia. Our company history is grounded in innovation by understanding the needs of farmers. Our commitment to listening and responding led to the world’s first automatic trip release, enabling farmers working stony land to greatly increase the life of their tillage equipment. Trip release technology is still used to this day, worldwide.
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Innovation Through Technology IN FARMING
We know listening is vital to the development of equipment that will work, endure and improve productivity. With continuous feedback from customers, distributors and dealers we incorporate the best of their ideas into current and new designs. This commitment to listening and product development is critical to maintaining credibility and having the best available equipment in a competitive global market.
We know listening is vital to the development of equipment that will work, endure and improve productivity. Customers, distributors and dealers tell us what they think about our products, and we incorporate the best of their ideas into new designs. This commitment to listening and product development is critical to maintaining credibility and having the best available equipment in a competitive global market.
With the importance of conservation and efficiency, Morris developed the revolutionary Seed-Rite hoe drill in 1965, which combined the functions of cultivator, seed drill and rod weeder within a single implement. This composite design dramatically reduced farming costs and helped to prevent soil erosion and moisture loss.
In 2002, Morris expanded its line of hay hauling and stacking equipment by acquiring ProAG Designs, Inc., a Montana-based manufacturer of large bale hauling and stacking machines. In 2007, Morris was sold to a group of minority shareholders and Casey Davis, who had served as President and CEO since 2001.
The commitment George Morris had to products and company values remains steadfast. Innovation through technology pushes our company to find ways to improve product designs and maximize grower productivity.
High quality manufacturing results from well-designed products, excellent tools and equipment for people to work with, and, especially, well-trained and highly motivated employees. We keep our staff informed, answer their questions, and develop their skills and knowledge as part of our long-term goal.
Our Quality Management System is committed to continually improving our products and services. We have implemented a “Do it Right the First Time” program as we strive to meet customer requirements and continually increase customer satisfaction.
Safety is extremely important to us. We want to make products safely and make them right. We have made great strides in reducing workplace injuries because of an all-round effort and a commitment at all levels of the company. It's the driving force behind improving safety standards for our customers, our employees and their families.ISO 9001:2008 Certified Quality System