What young contractors want to know
How are ploughs actually built? Young contractors from North Rhine-Westphalia, who visited our plough factory in Mosonmagyaróvár, Hungary as part of an excursion by their research group, received the answer to this question. Plant manager Martin Wilken showed the participants around the plant's organisational and production processes at the beginning of March. They were able to witness how the raw material is delivered at the works entrance and how the finished ploughs leave the production line at the other end. The following was of particular interest: The plough metal undergoes the ©plus tempering process at Amazone. This is a special, highly sophisticated heat treatment which is used to improve the quality and durability.
Many of the young contractors had already had some good experience with Amazone machinery. One young man gave an enthusiastic report on the effectiveness of our new acquisition, the Schmotzer hoeing implements. It became clear during discussions with the group that mechanical weed control is playing an increasingly important role.
We know that contractors will become more and more important in Europe in the future. The tough, continuous operation in a contracting business places the highest demands on the quality of the machinery used. For this reason, we have long attached great importance to maximum outputs, very high durability and excellent customer service for our machinery.