Bobcat Company is a global company leading the industry in designing, manufacturing, marketing and distributing top-tier compact equipment. This includes advanced loader, excavator, utility vehicle, compact tractor and attachment offerings.
Our North American operations are based in North Dakota, where compact equipment was invented more than 60 years ago. Our North Dakota facilities include corporate offices, a dedicated innovation space, multiple production and engineering facilities, and a global research and testing facility. We also have North American facilities supporting global collaboration, training, engineering and manufacturing functions in Minnesota, Colorado, North Carolina and Wisconsin.
Located along the Red River of the North in southeast North Dakota, West Fargo is home to our North American headquarters. Opened in 2017, this 75,000-square-foot corporate office is situated on six acres of land. The West Fargo office houses administrative, finance, IT, product management, sales and marketing functions for Doosan Bobcat North America.
250 E. Beaton Dr.
West Fargo, ND 58078-6000
Fargo, North Dakota, is part of the Fargo-Moorhead metro area, located in southeast North Dakota along the Minnesota border.
Innovation is at the core of what Bobcat stands for. The Studio is a data innovation center that fosters rapid development in new technologies and digitalization. Located in downtown Fargo, The Studio brings members of the company’s research and development teams together with academic centers, entrepreneurs and emerging companies to advance community innovation and foster hands-on collaboration in a high-tech environment.
Gwinner Manufacturing Facility
The Gwinner factory complex was the first Bobcat facility, established in 1947. Gwinner manufactures Bobcat loaders, utility work machines and attachments. The total operation covers 750,000 square feet.
210 1st Ave. NE
Gwinner, ND 58040
Gwinner Product Engineering
Gwinner is in southeastern North Dakota, 85 miles southwest of Fargo
Wahpeton Manufacturing Facility
The Bobcat manufacturing facility in Wahpeton, North Dakota, produces hydraulic components for Bobcat loaders, compact excavators and attachments.
Wahpeton is located 55 miles south of the corporate headquarters in West Fargo and about 50 miles east of the Gwinner facility on North Dakota Highway 13.
In 2014 the Acceleration Center was established to foster innovative product development and design, prototype engineering and manufacturing, computer software engineering and extensive product test facility. The Acceleration Center is a key engineering facility for all Bobcat compact equipment distributed globally.
Bismarck Manufacturing Facility
The Bismarck Manufacturing Facility is the primary location for Bobcat excavators, small articulated loaders, mini track loaders and aftermarket parts.
Bismarck is the capital of North Dakota, located at the intersection of the Missouri River and Interstate Highway 94.
Global Collaboration Center
Located in the heart of downtown Minneapolis, the Global Collaboration Center was opened in 2019 to serve as an easily accessible, centralized location where our company’s global teams can work, host global meetings and accelerate innovation.
Litchfield Manufacturing Facility
The Litchfield manufacturing facility manufactures attachments for Bobcat compact equipment.
Litchfield, Minnesota, is 190 miles southeast of the offices in West Fargo, North Dakota, and about 70 miles west of Minneapolis on U.S. 12.
Statesville Manufacturing Facility
The Statesville manufacturing facility is the North American headquarters for Doosan Portable Power. In addition to producing the latest generators, light towers and air compressors, the Bobcat compact tractor line is assembled at the Statesville facility.
Statesville is located in the western Piedmont region of North Carolina. Interstate 40 and Interstate 77 intersect in the northeastern part of the city.
Johnson Creek Manufacturing Facility
The Johnson Creek facility manufactures leading brands for turf care, gardening and professional grounds maintenance equipment.
Johnson Creek is a village in Jefferson County, Wisconsin. It is located approximately halfway between Milwaukee and Madison, at the intersection of Wisconsin Highway 26 and Interstate 94.
Bobcat Training Center
The Bobcat Training Center was opened in 2019 and is dedicated to developing and deploying world-class training to Bobcat dealers. We chose the Denver area for its easily accessible location for Bobcat dealers. The 44,400-square-foot facility accommodates the company’s growing demand for dealer training and presents the opportunity to improve training curriculums with the use of new technologies and hands-on labs.
As a global company, we serve a worldwide market. Bobcat Company has manufacturing, parts distribution, research and development and sales facilities all around the world, including: