NORTRAX, Inc. is an American corporation headquartered in Tampa, Florida. Nortrax is a subsidiary of machinery manufacturer John Deere. Nortrax sells heavy equipment, such as bulldozers and backhoes, for the construction, mining, forestry, and utility industries. Nortrax offers specialized field services for the equipment, which includes 24-hour equipment fueling, daily maintenance, preventative maintenance, equipment inspections, and satellite support technology. The company is North Americas main John Deere dealership group, extending across the eastern and central portions of the United States and Canada. Nortrax factory-trained technicians service all makes and models, with an extensive parts inventory. Formed in 1999 as a venture between John Deere and Credit Suisse Group, Nortrax purchased Neff Machinery, with seven Florida construction dealerships that year.