Establishment of company Farmet s.r.o. The company was only a small workshop with several workers.
Beginning of production of the machines for pre-sowing soil processing – Kompaktomat.
Ekostroj a. s. company was gained within the privatisation process, the company then was moved to new premises. The company has 100 employees.
Beginning of production of share breaker-ups G / GX.
Beginning of production of the first generation of the share sowing machines BSK.
Conversion into limited company Farmet a. s.
Certification ISO 9001 – quality control system.
Beginning of production of the second generation of share sowing machines Excelent.
Introduction of production technology of high-strength steels – eXtra STEEL line.
Beginning of production of the third generation of share sowing machines Excelent Premium.
Modernization of production facilities and installation of a new assembly line.
Introduction of new production technologies – powder paintshop, robotic welding, laser splitting of metal plates.
Beginning of production of wide span combinators Kompaktomat K 1250 - 1570 PS.
Ing. Karel Žďárský becomes the only shareholder.
Initiation of research and development in cooperation with universities and research institutes.
Substantial extension of the product range with wide span machines: disk plough-harrow Softer, chisel cultivators Duolent and Triolent and sowing machines Monsun.
Beginning of the construction of a new production line of wide span machines for soil processing.
Beginning of production of disk sowing machines Falcon and deep cultivators Diger and Fertis.
Extension of the product range with ploughs Vidium, cultivators Verso and half-carried cultivators Fantom.
Considerable investment in extension of production capacities with the use of highly automated technologies.
Exceeding the size of the middle company – the company has 300 employees.
Starting e-shop for the sale of spare parts and new web pages of the company.
Commencement of operation of the new “Science and Research“ centre.
Expansion of the Export of Farming Technology to New Zealand Using Container Shipping.