Company History

Allemeersch nv was founded in 1939 and has built up a strong reputation in the world of modern farming equipment. The company is an official dealer and service center for Deutz-Fahr, Same, Pottinger and Manitou, to name only a few.

Parallel to the farming equipment, Allemeersch nv also has a department for tube and profile manipulation.

Building 3-wheel carts in the 1940s and 50's was the stepping stone towards metal construction. The rapid developments in the world of agriculture in the sixties meant that horse drawn carts and waggons were quickly replaced by tractors coupled to heavier trailers and tankers.

Since 1965, Clayson Zedelgem, now Case New Holland contacted Allemeersch nv as a sub-contractor for welding and sawing operations.

In the early seventies Allemeersch nv built its own tube bending machine, which meant a deciseve step towards tube and section manipulation. The first NC mandrel bending unit was commissioned in 1987, quickly followed by a number of CNC operated rollbending and mandrelbending machines.

The first laser powered tube cutter with automatic feeder was commissioned in 2000. This unit which offers significant advantages over the traditional cutting and punching was another step forward in the manipulation of hollow sections.