History in North America
HORSCH begin work in North America in 2001 with by introducing the Horsch Anderson ATD air seeders. With beginnings in Andover, South Dakota, HORSCH produced only air seeders up until the launch of Joker in 2008. With Joker the market footprint of HORSCH in North America expanded rapidly, and in 2014 the current facility in Mapleton, North Dakota was opened to meet demand. Continued product development, including Maestro SW which was launched in 2013, expanded market footprint further. Today the North American product portfolio of HORSCH contains air seeders, single disc drills, variations of row crop planters, primary tillage, secondary tillage, and upcoming application technologies.
While HORSCH is a German based company, the majority of product distributed in North America is domestically engineered, fabricated and assembled. The engineering and product team at Mapleton works side by side with their global counterparts in developing new innovative technologies along with domestic adaptation of global technologies into the North American marketplace. Global experience along with domestic engineering and product development combine to provide the absolute best technologies available today for seeding, planting, tillage, and application.
North American Headquarters – Mapleton, North Dakota USA
Opening in 2014, the Mapleton facility sets on 30 acres which includes 110,000 sq ft of production/office/warehouse space along with acreage for machine demonstration and testing. On site engineering, purchasing, technical publications, finance, service, and parts distribution all are in house to serve the North American market. Production consists of four main assembly halls and adjacent blast/powder coat line.
Parts Distribution Warehouses
• Mapleton, North Dakota USA
• Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada
• Schwandorf, Bavaria Germany