|Headquarters||Las Parejas, Santa Fe, Argentina|
Agricultural machinery Ombú S.A. was founded in December 1990, in an establishment located in the heart of the city of Las Parejas. It begins its production, manufacturing tillage and fertilization equipment, and then in the short term, incorporating other products into its production line. As of 1993, the company began to position itself very strongly in the national market, with the product emblem of the brand: the self-loading hoppers. This meant significant growth, which led to the expansion of their work spaces, taking possession of new plants within the industrial area of the city of Las Parejas.
Ombú in the 2000'sEdit
From the year 2000, the growth is incessant. In the middle of the year, the company changes its administration, technical department and part of its productive machinery, to the facilities located on Calle 10 (national route N ° 178) between 15th and 17th streets. Quickly, new technologies and trained personnel are incorporated, to add to their products, a plus of design and quality. This is reflected in the consecutive launch of different products, such as maize heads, stuffers and grain extractors, etc. To all this, the brand began to gain ground in the foreign market, making exports to France and neighboring countries.
Ombú in the last yearsEdit
In a more contemporary stage (2005); two new projects see light. The line of trailed sprayers and a Mixer trailer for distribution of rations are launched on the market. With these additions, the positioning of the brand is benefited, as the company that covers almost all the agricultural sector with its products. In 2007, the company presented three new products to the national market; further strengthening its commitment to supply the consuming public with reliable tools to increase its production.
A business unit dedicated to the production of trailers was opened in Venezuela, and more recently in Brazil, of agricultural machinery. Today, exports represent a quarter of our sales.
|Model||Year(s) Produced||Horsepower||Engine Type||Misc Notes||Photo|
|Ombú PAO 3000||Deutz||PAO 3000 in Pesados Argentinos|