Successor Case IH
Defunct 1997
Headquarters Neustadt, Saxony, East Germany
Products agriculture machinery tractor
Parent VEB Fortschritt (IFA)

Fortschritt was an East German brand of tractors, combine harvesters and other agricultural machinery made by VEB Fortschritt (part of the IFA) in Neustadt in Saxony, East Germany. The harvesters later were known by MDW Fortschritt, MDW and the forage harvesters finally as Mengele.

Fortschritt was taken over by Case IH in 1997.



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