The important work starts with the assembly

Building the largest piece of industrial equipment in Iowa requires a lot of sharp minds and skilled hands. At Vermeer, our team members have the pride, knowledge and commitment needed to create a reliable piece of machinery for our customers. 

If you’ve ever wondered what the T1655III Terrain Leveler® surface excavation machine (SEM) from Vermeer looks like when it’s being assembled, this is for you. We created a time-lapse video from Vermeer headquarters in Pella, Iowa, of our team assembling a T1655III from start to finish.  

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