Toselli srl

Toselli srl has been in the crop protection business since 1969. It stood out right from the start by building the first self-propelled sprayers and hydraulic booms in Italy. In line with company tradition, its primary aims are quality and reliability, which it achieves thanks to the specialization and professionalism of its staff, attention to detail, cutting-edge design tools and careful selection of raw materials and components. Toselli machinery The company offers a wide range of professional sprayers, equipped with technologically advanced materials and components, and has been working together for over 15 years with Mazzotti srl, to which it supplies quality rigs and know-how to build the IBIS line of self-propelled sprayers.

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via Newton, 17 , San Giovanni , Persiceto (BO) 40017 Italy

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Internationally (various countries)

This company also provides solutions for agricultural applications.
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We have been working together with Mazzotti Srl since 1990 to manufacture the IBIS line of self-propelled sprayers, providing rigs, technology and before and after sales technical support.


Toselli srl is a traditional family company that has been manufacturing agricultural machinery since 1935. It was founded byTonino Toselli, an exceptionally skilled and inventive craftsman, who started his business building various types of wooden ploughs. After his children joined the company, it began producing new equipment, including grubbers, harrows and weeders, and distinguished itself on the market for the quality, reliability and effectiveness of its machinery. On account of the new requirements which emerged in the agricultural field at the end of the 1960s, the company started to develop and build fully-mounted, semi-mounted and self-propelled sprayers, which then became the company's main business. It is therefore with great pride that we present some examples of the evolution of our machines for crop protection, developed from 1969 onwards.