The Toro Company

8111 Lyndale Ave
Bloomington, MN
US, 55420

Company Bio:

Since 1914, The Toro Company has built its reputation on providing quality products and service to the professionals who create, maintain and preserve outdoor environments. Today, professionals and contractors around the world count on Toro products to stand up to the demands of heavy use, season after season. As a leading manufacturer of turf maintenance equipment, precision irrigation solutions, concrete and compaction tools, and equipment for trenching, plowing, excavating and horizontal directional drilling, Toro products are aimed at allowing you to do your job more efficiently and profitably.

We value the trust professionals place in our people and products to meet their unique needs and deliver superior results. That’s why the Toro riding trenchers, horiztonal drills and every product that carries the Toro name also carries our commitment to quality and product excellence.

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