A company history
It all began in a little garage in 1967 founded by Paul Rampelmann and Karl Spliethoff. At the time the company only manufactured farming machinery. They started with one office worker and one apprentice. In 1968 they teamed up with John Deere and had 25 years of being the exclusive foreign distributor of John Deere.
Building on this success a repair workshop was developed. Specialising in motorized equipment. In 1978 began Paul Rampelmann launched the steel construction department. This included the construction of industrial and agcricultural building halls, riding halls and multipurpose halls and special buildings.
By returning the rights of sale to John Deere in the year 1992 the direction towards steel construction began. In 1997 the first arena leveller was displaced and launched at the EQUITANA. A new business was created.
Over the years the range of motorized equipment expanded above expectations. At the same time we began restructuring the section of agricultural machinery to delve into engine construction and local technology. The sales figures could be rapidly increased by new developments. In 2004 than 300 implements were manufactured. By successful exhibiting at fairs and riding events around the world we now receive orders and export about 50% their products. Training and further educations are very important for this company. Engineering consultants and technicians are always state-of-the-art through training courses and professional training programs. Now there are 130 employees and 15 trainees.