CAEB was founded in 1982 as a producer of compact round-balers ideal for hill and mountain areas, designed mainly for direct farmers, small farms and hobby enthusiasts. CAEB developed a new rotary compactor in 1999 by drawing on the experience gained in the agricultural sector; the rotary compactor was presented initially on the market as the AUTOPRESS C1200, and today this machine is marketed under the name of . This press has found significant applications over the years in compacting packaging and scrap materials from industrial processing. CAEB machines are covered by national and international patents. All the machines are developed to ensure they are easy to use and require limited maintenance, in addition to their compact design and limited weight features.
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This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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The new designs obtained the first official awards from Spain (FIMA 1993 technical novelty), from Italy (EIMA 1994 technical novelty), from Great Britain (Machinery Award Scheme 1999) and from Slovenia (International Fair of Agriculture and Food 2004 Gold Medal).
CAEB manufactured in 2004, a round-baler designed to collect prunings and pruning residues. This new design received official awards from Italy (Chamber of Commerce (CCIAA) technological innovation award and the Industrialists Union of Bergamo 2004), (EIMA 2005 recommendation), (EIMA 2008 recommendation), and from Spain (FIMA 2006 technical novelty).
Haymaking, prunings, biomasses, compacting industrial scraps and waste materials represent the specific areas on which the CAEB research activities focus to meet the needs of its customers.