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Over time, this shared interest in building equipment for specialty markets led to unique opportunities to grow together into a single, global organization serving the application, forage, fruit, seed, vegetable, and root crop markets.

Today, Oxbo is the clear choice for specialty harvesting and controlled application technology drawing on over 60 years of experience. Our global team consists of engineering, manufacturing, sales, and service support. Headquartered in Roosendaal, Netherlands, Oxbo has manufacturing facilities in the Netherlands, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, and Brazil as well as multiple, global locations for direct service, sales, and parts support committed to customer service and uptime. Additionally in some key markets, Oxbo products are sold and supported through dealers. Through every channel, we are committed to customer service and equipment uptime.

1000 EMPLOYEES 1000 EMPLOYEES
270 MILLION EURO TURNOVER 270 MILLION EURO TURNOVER
ACTIVE IN MORE THEN 40 COUNTRIES ACTIVE IN MORE THEN 40 COUNTRIES

We have passion for agriculture and for applying technology in our markets.

We partner with our customers and we work hard to understand their businesses.

We are reliable to our customers and to our employees; our team builds high quality, dependable equipment and keeps it running, day and night.

We have integrity, committed to doing what we say we will do and following through on commitments to customers and to employees.

We are pragmatic, personal and down-to-earth; our equipment, technology, and employees are customer focused.

Our Story

2022

Global adoption of Oxbo brand name.

2021

Oxbo introduces 2340 merger.

Oxbo introduces new 25 series chassis for seed and vegetables.

Ploeger introduces new AT5104.

2020

Ploeger introduces CM4240 self-propelled merger.

2019

Ploeger introduces EPD540e pea combine, PB2140e bean harvester.

2019

Ploeger introduces EPD540e pea combine, PB2140e bean harvester.

2018

Oxbo introduces 7550 high clearance sprayer, 8840 power unit, 6170 pea combine, 6230 trunk shaker.

Ploeger introduces AT5105 five wheel applicator.

PMC introduces 1189.

2017

Ploeger introduces AT4013, three wheel applicator.

Oxbo acquires Walker.

2016

Oxbo introduces 9820 plot combine.

2015

Oxbo reenters coffee market with model 9220.

Oxbo introduces PremiumSort technology.

2014

Ploeger introduces AR4BX potato harvester.

Oxbo introduces 5170 detasseler.

2013

Oxbo introduces 60 series corn heads.

2012

Oxbo introduces the 4334 self-propelled merger.

2011

Ploeger and Oxbo form the Ploeger Oxbo Group.

Oxbo introduces the 2460 power unit

2010

Oxbo develops SHD olive harvester.

Synergia & VDL become Ploeger shareholders.

Iconic Big Jack and Super Jack replaced with Oxbo 2430 and 2470.

PMC introduces 989.

2009

Oxbo acquires Korvan coffee harvester.

Oxbo introduces the 8435 and 9630 power units.

2008

All merger products adopt the Oxbo brand.

2007

Oxbo introduces 7420 berry harvester and 8430 power unit.

2006

Oxbo introduces the 6156 pea combine.

2005

Ploeger expands Roosendaal facility.

2004

Oxbo acquires FMC pea & cucumber harvesters.

Oxbo acquires Korvan vineyard, berry products.

Oxbo introduces the triple mergers under the Miller brand.

2003

Ploeger develops potato harvester.

Oxbo licenses vineyard mechanization technology.

2002

Ploeger acquires FMC Fakenham.

2000

Ploeger expands Roosendaal facility.

Oxbo introduces 3000 series corn head.

Oxbo licenses merger technology with single and twin mergers sold under the Miller and Victor brands.

1998

Ploeger acquires Alljobs B.V.

Byron & Pixall form Oxbo.

Oxbo licenses citrus harvesting & merger technology.

1997

Ploeger acquires Agrosystem GbmH.

Pixall aquires Hemacheck.

Korvan develops grape harvester.

1992

Ploeger enters into cooperation with Byron.

Korvan develops blueberry & coffee harvesters.

1989

FMC introduces 979 six wheel pea combine

1988

Byron & Pixall enter seed corn market.

1985

Korvan Develops berry harvester.

Ploeger develops spinach harvester.

1984

Ploeger develops light weight pea harvester.

1977

FMC introduces the 679 pea combine

1969

Byron develops sweet corn harvester.

1968

Ploeger develops first self-propelled bean harvester.

1963

FMC trailed pea harvester introduced to the UK

1959

Ploeger is founded. Pixall develops green been harvester.