For 120 years, Roesner has been servicing the Australian agriculture sector and today it continues to innovate to keep in time with the needs of the modern-day farmer.
Jeff Roesner and his family are proud of the company's achievements, since the company was founded by Arthur Roesner back in 1900.
Founded as a blacksmith company, Roesner has grown into a modern manufacturing business, focused on producing reliable and robust machinery designed for Australian agricultural conditions.
"We have come a long way," managing director, Jeff Roesner said.
"Today we still operate out of Harvey, Western Australia, where we manufacture the popular Marshall Multispread, with over 10000 units having been manufactured."
Roesner operates out of 7000 square metres of shed space that uses modern manufacturing methods such as digital prototyping, laser cutting, CNC machining and automated paint mixing.
"The team at Roesner is ever ready to help you with whatever you need, including new and used spreaders, Australia wide support, fast dispatch on spare parts and factory reconditioning and upgrade services," Mr Roesner said.
"Our range of Multispreads includes the economically priced 800 Series with chain/belt feed and the premium 900 Series endless feed belt machines.
"The 800 series variant is an economically priced machine, first released to the market in the early 1980's.
"The feed system on the 800 Series machines includes a two ply rubber belt attached to a high grade calibrated 10mm chain and drive sprockets.
"The chain system is supported by heavy duty wear resistant nylon skids ensuring a positive drive.
"The premium 900 Series configuration was first released in the early 2000s.
"It features a heavy duty PVC endless belt which is driven by a rubber lagged pulley and supported by low maintenance stainless steel rollers.
"To aid belt tracking, troughing rollers are fitted inside the chassis.
"A front cage roller is used for adjustment of belt tension."
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