Friedhold Bressel

The technological improvement in the fifties of our century was also perform by agriculture foreman and farmer Friedhold Bressel. His distinct technical talent led to many own-developments. Finally in 1955 he built his first frontloader shovel. Other farmers got interested and gave first orders. A good reputation let the demand increase steadily.


1975 Meanwhile the production is emphasized. manure forks, beet baskets, root baskets and potato baskets belong also to the productline.A big advantage was, that all machines could be user-specific produced.

1985 It was necessary to build a new production hall ( 800 m² ) with socialrooms.

1989 The firm "Bressel und Lade Maschinenbau GmbH" was founded.

1990 All implements are produced to work also with telescopic-, wheel-, courtloaders, forklifter, aso.

1992 Friedhold Bressel transfered the firm to his daughter Ulrike Bressel-Hesse

1993 A further growth made it indispensable to build an other production hall with 1700 m².

1999 First deals were made with european neighbour states.

2000 A further increasing of demand led to the building of a 3000 m² production hall.

2002 Very good connections are established to our foreign partners.

2004 Completion and inauguration of the new office building. The foreign business makes meanwhile 30 per cent of the total turnover.

2007 All facilities are heated by the waste heat of a biogas reactor in the neighborhood.

2009 The business engineer Nils Hendrik Hesse, son of Ulrike Bressel-Hesse, joins the company.

2013 A new production hall with over 3000m² area and a modern laquering plant is put into operation.Nils Hendrik Hesse is together with Ulrike Bressel-Hesse appointed to a new Managing Director of the company.

2018 A new 4-roll bending machine as well as a new 220 tons press brake will increase the product quality.

2019 A new automatic welding roboter is added to the production.

2022 A solar system covers the most of our electrical power consumption.

2022 Takeover of the MMS Agriline production with weights, bumpers and CargoBoxes.