Pol-Mot is a Polish diversified equipment company based in Dobre Miasto, Poland, and is a part of Warfarma. In 1995, Farm-Mot was established as part of Pol-Mot to create a John Deere look-a-like tractor, the Farm-Mot 250D. In 1997, they purchased the Agromet company, and in 2000, they formed a joint-venture with Escorts Group of India to manufacture Escort (Pol-mot) tractors, called Pol-Mot Escorts sp. z.o.o.
In 2005, Pol-Mot began distributing Foton tractors from China. In 2010, an agreement was made with Hattat of Turkey for technology and to begin building/assembling Hattat-based tractors in Poland. Also in 2010, an agreement was signed with IMT for orchard tractors.
As a major change in business, Pol-Mot purchased fellow-Polish company Ursus in 2011.