Our Motto: Quality
Simply powerful chipping
Everything started more than 65 years ago. At that time, we still offered the complete agriculture portfolio. We already then felt passionate for long-term technology in robust machines for municipalities, horticulture, and landscaping. And a few machines were exciting with respect to quality.
In the following years, our passion for quality turned into our motto. Then, users are only excited about machines, which work daily without problems. Really good quality can inspire and convince only.
So, we started to optimize everything: For example, scarifiers: When used more frequently, previously available scarifiers seemed to lose their effectiveness. Hence, we developed a robust and powerful scarifier. As result, our JBM 500 already supported demanded users 40 years ago.
2 year later, we patented our dual leveling machine. Agria Werke assumed sales and distribution for Europe.
Today, we have focused for almost 30 years on the production of powerful, stable wood chippers and stump grinders for professional applications. Thoughtfully designed and realized with solid and proven components.
Many quality-conscious rental stations, municipalities, tree felling operations and gardening and landscaping companies throughout Europe know: You can count on a JBM. And the same applies to our fast, friendly, and competent service.
When can we welcome you as JBM customer?
The JBM history
… and how it all happened:
2017 New website for optimized online presentation of our portfolio.
2015 Expansion of the premises in Wegberg.
2010 New construction of the premises in Wegberg. Relocation of the company’s headquarters from Wegberg-Arsbeck to Wegberg.
Sales and repair of the entire Agria program.
1997 Change of name to Müllers & Backhaus GmbH & Co. KG
1995 Development of the JBM leaf vacuums and JBM leaf blowers
1989 Establishment of the JBM trademarkProduction of wood chippers and stump grinders
1978 Change of name to Müllers & Backhaus KG. Production of tillage implements: Dual leveling machines for single-axle and four-wheel tractors during lawn work. Sales and distribution in Europe through Agria Werke.
The dual leveling machine is patented.
1976 Start of development and production of scarifiers.
1970 Expansion of the business premises and showrooms in Wegberg-Arsbeck.
1962 Sales and repair of Holder single-axle machine and four-wheel tractors. Portfolio expansion by Shibaira compact tractors, lawn and ride-on mowers, as well as Stihl chainsaws and brush cutters.
1955 Josef Backhaus joins the company as agricultural machinery mechanics foreman.
1950 Company Jakob Müllers, Arsbeck is founded.
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