Sustainability

Plan for the future, act responsibly – the EnviroSafe concept

In order to maintain the natural capacity of the resources of soil, air and water for future generations, our customers in agriculture and municipal services not only aim to be efficient, they also wish to operate on a sustainable basis. We, as manufacturer of agricultural machinery, must also shoulder some of this responsibility by developing suitable equipment and “intelligent” agricultural methods.

Quality- and energy politics

Reliable and flawless products are the trademark of our entire company. We strive continuously to improve our processes, our products, our advice and our services to contribute to our customers’ success with innovative, sustainable solutions.

Trainees design seed drill for Ethiopia

In the framework of a development aid Project four Amazone Trainees have designed a seed drill for operation in Ethiopia. The two mechatronic technicians Marius Bücker and Fabian Droste, the technical product designer Judith Hallmann and the mechanical engineering student Oliver Kubut immediately applied for this project.

Trial sites

In order to investigate the optimum "teamwork" of soil tillage, sowing, fertilisation and crop protection in an overall system AMAZONE since many years carries out field trials at different sites. The results of these trials inform you about the "cost cutting system".

Conscientious fertiliser spreading

The individual physical properties of a fertiliser exert a big influence on both the lateral distribution and the spread rate. For the mainline fertiliser types, AMAZONE prepares the data for the setting charts of each individual spreader model in the AMAZONE fertiliser test hall.

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The new leading knife roller

AMAZONE's virtual presence at Cereals-LIVE 2020

With Cereals 2020 unable to be held due to the Covid-19 crisis, then AMAZONE is making its presence felt in the virtual world. With new drills, cultivators and updates to spreaders and sprayers planned to be shown at Chrishall Grange in June, then details...