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Dewulf is a leading global player and manufacturerof agricultural machines for the cultivation of potatoes and root crops.

With three locations – in Belgium, the Netherlands and Romania – the company leads the industry in the development and production of agricultural machinery for soil cultivation, planting, harvesting, storing, grading and transport of potatoes and vegetables.

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The family business has a rich history and over 150 years of combined experience. Dewulf is now under management of the third generation.

Knowing what the market needs, enjoyable cooperation, continuous improvement and reliability are the cornerstones of the business strategy at Dewulf.

The group achieves a turnover of 71 million euros (2019) with a close-knit team of over 300 employees.


News for this Company

Dewulf Enduro Self-propelled 4-row sieving harvester
November 22, 2023

Potato harvester Enduro Generation 1 - It's a wrap! Generation 2 is here!

Dewulf's 4-row sieving harvester Enduro has become more than an established player in the self-propelled harvester landscape in recent years.
Dewulf Enduro
November 01, 2023

Agritechnica 2023: Dewulf bringing something for everyone

This year, the world's largest agricultural trade fair Agritechnica will once again grace the familiar exhibition halls of Hanover, Germany for eight days.
Potato Europe 2023
September 19, 2023

Potato Europe 2023 attracts increasingly international crowd

Potato Europe 2023, recently held in Tournai, Belgium, became more international than we saw in the past years. Visitors from all around the world visited the event to see the latest European potato technologies.
Dewulf Certa 40 Integral
September 12, 2023

Looking back at Potato Europe 2023: Dewulf unveils Certa 40 Integral and MH 24x series with Scotts Evolution

The 2023 edition of Potato Europe took place in Kain (Doornik), Belgium, last week. There, the full-liner in potato cultivation machines unveiled innovations in its product lines for both planting and storage.