The Dutch firm Ploeger, the American firm Oxbo and the French firm Bourgoin were all founded during the fifties of the last century. In 2011, the companies were merged to create the Ploeger Oxbo Group (POG). POG maintains 7 plants and 13 factory service locations throughout the world. The group employs a total of approximately 800 employees. Annual revenues amount to approximately 230 million euros. The group’s head office is located in Roosendaal, the Netherlands. Ploeger, Oxbo and Bourgoin produce a wide range of machines for various agricultural markets. The product range includes harvesters for corn, peas, beans, leafy greens, potatoes, herbs, blueberries, coffee, grapes and olives, self-propelled manure spreaders and silage mergers.