ANNABURGER Nutzfahrzeug GmbH is one of the largest German producers of agricultural transport vehicles and boasts a comprehensive, innovative and highly specialised range of high-quality transport solutions for agriculture, local authorities and goods transport throughout Europe. Located in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, the company has its headquarters in the heart of Europe, near to major roads connecting East to West and North to South. ANNABURGER is able to offer its customers a complete service package that starts with competent advice, delivers a high-quality product and concludes with optimum support. In-house vehicle design, together with a dedicated spare part and customer service centre, gives the company an innovative edge and ensures customer satisfaction. ANNABURGER vehicle technology is already sold in 20 countries throughout the world and 40% of its vehicles and machines are sold as exports.
Highly qualified and experienced engineers and specialists produce and develop all vehicle designs in-house. Thanks to the sophisticated level of manufacturing, the company is able to respond quickly and flexibly to all market requirements. The company produces vehicle technology for both transporting crops and spreading all types of organic fertilisers. Using conventional vehicles such as silage trailers, universal muck spreaders, rear tippers or slurry trailers as the starting point, the company is continuously developing new, innovative vehicles, vehicle combinations and vehicle system solutions, which is what sets it apart from its competitors.
ANNABURGER Nutzfahrzeug GmbH also develops innovative vehicle concepts for new business areas such as the generation of alternative energy sources. In addition to agricultural vehicle technology, the company also offers a wide range of products and solutions for truck technology. It focusses primarily on the development of tank semi-trailers, push unit semi-trailers and low-loader and container trailers. In 1998, ANNABURGER Nutzfahrzeug GmbH took over the construction of the silage baggers previously produced by the American company AG-BAG. Today, the company is the market leader in this segment.