Did you know that Maxion produced motors for over twenty years?
Did you know that Iochpe-Maxion was the first to produce tractors with pressurized air-conditioned cabins in Brazil?
Did you know that one of the solutions Iochpe-Maxion came up with to minimize the agricultural sector crisis in the 1990s was to receive payment in grain?
Did you know that, in the 1950s, a hotly-disputed derby was held at the race track in Livramento, Rio Grande do Sul, called the “Iochpe Brothers Classic”?
Did you know that, in 1990, Maxion’s millionth motor was produced at its unit in São Bernardo do Campo?
Did you know that wheels produced by Fumagalli, acquired by Iochpe-Maxion in 2009, were used at the first car-racing grand prix in Brazil?
Did you know that 2001 saw Maxion’s debut in pressed parts for passenger vehicles?
Did you know that Iochpe once part-owned a brewery?
Did you know hat the Cruzeiro plant’s first Quality Guide was illustrated with intelligent, instructive cartoons?
Did you know that the Iochpe Group was a leading player in the Brazilian lumber sector?