SAMSON AGRO 75 years anniversary

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On August 1 2018 we celebrate our 75th anniversary. During the anniversary year, we will share the company history on this page, where you will be able to learn all about SAMSON, our past, present and future.


We launched our first tanker in 1964 with a capacity of 3 m3. The picture below is of one of our first slurry tankers (6 m3).
Up until today, our slurry tankers play a very central role in our product range as they have been developed intensively since the 1960s 

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Around 1955 the first muck spreader was manufactured. In the years to come more that 200 spreaders left the factory every year.
Customers were mainly farmers, but as the professional contractors grew in number and size, they soon became SAMSON’s primary customers. 

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Around 1948 the manufacturing of the first Samson-wagons began. 
One of our popular products in the late 40s and 50s was this 2 ton auto controlled wagon with planed boards. 

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On August 1, 1943, the 27-year-old Thorvald Pedersen (Th. Pedersen) took over a local village blacksmith and renamed it "Fabriken Samson" (The Samson Factory).
The biblical character, Samson, known for his immense strength, inspired the company name.

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Today, SAMSON AGRO is an international company with around 225 employees and sales of a wide range of innovative slurry tankers, muck spreaders, drip hose booms and implements in Denmark as well as worldwide.

In 2018, the construction of two new buildings and a new workshop were started.
When the three new buildings are done, we have a total of approx. 2.5 hectares of covered area.


Meet The Company

From development to production and to service and spare parts management.

Share your SAMSON picture 

Please share your pictures of old SAMSON tankers, spreaders etc.

We will collect them in a gallery on this page and will also include them at our international fairs in 2018-2019.

If you have a picture you would like to share, use the hashtag #samsonagro75 on social media or send them by e-mail to: