Founded 1992
Defunct 1998
Headquarters Płock, Poland
Products agriculture machinery combine harvester
Parent New Holland Agriculture

Bizon was a combine harvester producer based in Płock, Poland. It designed machines for harvesting cereals, rapeseed, maize, sunflower and other crops. The Bizon company was privatized in 1992 after the reorganization of Agromet (fmz - Harvest Machinery Factory), a state-owned agricultural business[1]. In 1995 Bizon reached account profitability and in 1997 had a net sales of about $40 million and a $4 million net profit[2].

Bizon held approximately 60% of the Polish combine harvester market and had begun sales expansion in Latin America, Pakistan, Belarus and Ukraine[3].

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New Holland Bizon logo

In 1998 it was acquired by New Holland[4].

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