Gehl Company was founded in 1859. Originally the specialization of the company was the production of agricultural equipment.
Its modern name was given to the company in 1967.
1973 Gehl begins production of mini-loaders with a side turn. In the 1970s, the company also entered the European market.
1988 Gehl adds telescopic loaders to the line of production. By this time the company already has a serious experience in the manufacture of equipment and machines for various industries.
1991 Consolidation of sales to meet growing market needs through the Gehl International Group. 1997 Gehl Company acquires Mustang.
2007 The Gehl technique begins to appear on the territory of Russia. Machines are manufactured in factories in America, but in Russia they are supplied for the European market, produced according to the requirements of the European Gehl office in Germany.
In 2008, the Manitou Group bought 100% of Gehl shares.
The company's head office is located in the USA, Wisconsin, the city of West Bend. Production sites are in the state of South Dakota, in the cities of Madison and Yankton.
At present, Gehl is considered one of the world leaders in the production of construction mini-technology. The company's product line includes:
Caterpillar mini excavators;
Hinged equipment for mini-technology (for example, silent hydraulic hammers Gehlmax (Edge);
Mini skid steer loaders;
In its history, Gehl has developed an extensive dealer and distribution network in South and Latin America, the Pacific, Europe and the Middle East.