The history of Poluzzi is a story of innovation, ambition and pure and hard work. Since the beginning with the reparation of agriculture_track in 1982 till today with the production, distribution and sale of agriculture track to the global market.
In this short period of time, only 33 years we moved from 2 mens who repairs old tractors in a barn in casalvolone to the one of the most popoular and searched brands in tracks manufacturing for agriculture_track worldwide. All of this thank’s to the discovery and research spirit which moves our hearts.
On today Poluzzi is still a “small” family business, where to the project study and the production of each agriculture_track are dedicated the maximum level of care and attention. Like few knows how to do nowadays. in fact for poluzzi the manufacturing of each product represent a new startup point for new technological developments in near future.
Mile stones of the development of agriculture track :
|1975:||beginning of the repair activity on agriculture track|
|1982:||Mile stones of the development 1982: set up the Poluzzi workshop for agriculture track repair|
Mile stones of the development 1990: beginning of the collaboration with CANTONE company for the assembly of self-levelling machines
|1995:||beginning of the manufaturing of the first steel agriculture track for CANTONE company|
poluzzi start to manufacture his own desing agriculture track. ( end of the cooperation with cantone )
first agriculture track system made by poluzzi track system engineering
the agriculture track range comes to be more complete with the models : ( CT00-CTR00-CTF00 )
LAST MODEL OF agriculture track released ( ultron terra drive ) with vertical hydro suspension ( unique in his category ) a real innovation on market.
POLUZZI TRACK SYSTEM ENGINEERING - agriculture track
POLUZZI TRACK SYSTEM ENGINEERING
via marconi n°100
28060 Casalvolone (no) italy IT
Phone: 0161 315 336
Fax: 10161 315 336
Phone: 342 6677876
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