1984 Inlon Commences

1963

Strautmann commences the production of their first forage wagons; named "Ladeblitz"
1986 MITSUBISHI Tractors

1966

The prduction of Strautmann's first forage wagon commences, offering a cutting unit and high chassis clearance
1988 DAEDONG FARMLINIER Tractors

1988

Strautmann introduces the "Super-Vitesse"; the first Strautmann with a V-form spiral rotor.
Strautmann is the first majot manufacturer of loader wagons offering a rotor.
1989 Moves to a Home of its Own

2002

Strautmann launches the "Giga-Vitesse", a dual use forage wagon with 41 knives and 22.5“ tires or 45 knives and 26.5“ tyres
1991 LANDINI Tractors

2008

The "Super-Vitesse" plus, Rotorwagon with 36 knives in one line, 22.5" tyres
1994 LAMBORGHINI Tractors

2010

CFS-system for Giga-Vitesse is announced from Strautmann - a big innovation towards loader wagons.
1995 SIP Hay Tools

2011

CFS-system for Super-Vitesse plus
1997 Farmtrac Tractors from India

2013

New loaderwagon Mega-Vitesse CFS (40 knives) and Tera-Vitesse CFS (50 knives)
Strautmann has produced approximately:
  • 45,000 forage wagons since 1963
  • 5,000 rotor wagons since 1988