ABOUT THE PLOEGER

Ploeger Oxbo Group (POG) is a leading manufacturer of specialized harvesting equipment. Through its various companies and brands, Ploeger Oxbo Group is dedicated to supplying quality, innovative products and superior customer service to meet the diverse needs of agricultural customers around the globe.

Facts & Figures

CA. 150 EMPLOYEES
CA. 80 MILLION EURO TURNOVER
ACTIVE IN MORE THEN 40 COUNTRIES
Our history
Future
2019

Introduction of the CM4240 Merger

2019

Introduction of the EPD540e and BP2140e

2018

Introduction of the AT5105 five wheeled applicator

2016

Ploeger develops the AT4103, threewheeled applicator

2014

Launch of the EPD540, BP2140 and a new model potato harvester: the AR-4BX

2012

Ploeger moves from Oud Gastel to the new office situated at the Electronweg in Roosendaal.

2011

Ploeger and Oxbo merge into the Ploeger Oxbo Group.

2010

In 2010 Synergia and VDL Participaties become shareholders of Ploeger.

2009

Development and manufacturing of a self-propelled 4-row potato elevator harvester: AR 4W.

2008

Introduction of a new self-propelled pea harvester: EPD 538.

2005

Second expansion of the factory in Roosendaal.

2003

Ploeger increases her product range with the development of an advanced self-propelled 4-row potato tanker harvester with an unique cleaning system and flexibility. The machine can also be used for the harvest of flower bulbs, onions, carrots and other root crops.

New model self-propelled bean harvester: BP 2100.

2002

Ploeger takes over the activities of FMC in Fakenham (UK) and forms the new company PMC Harvesters Ltd.

2000

First expansion of the factory in Roosendaal.

1998

Ploeger acquires Alljobs BV. Byron and Pixall merge into Oxbo International Corp.

Development of a new model self-propelled pea harvester: EPD 530.

1997

Ploeger acquires Herbort Agrosystems GmbH

1996

Development of a new concept for the harvest of spinach and herbs: MKC 4TR (equipped with a hook lift system for containers). Introduction of a new model self-propelled bean harvester BP 2000.

1995

Ploeger purchases factory in Roosendaal.

1992

In the early 90’s Ploeger and Byron decide to start a cooperation to sell the Byron seed and sweet corn harvesters in Europe. Corporatisation of Ploeger Machines bv.

1990

After the successful EPD 490, Ploeger introduces a new model self-propelled pea harvester on the market: EPD 520

1985

BP 700

1984

MK 20

1983

Ploeger develops light-weight pea harvester EPD 490.

1982

EPD 3600

1974

Completion of the new office situated at the Standdaarbuitensedijk, Oud Gastel

1968

Ploeger establishes itself in Oud Gastel.

Ploeger develops first self-propelled 3-row bean harvester: BP 200L

1959

Ploeger founded by Gerrit Ploeger.