Competence in Machine design
For generations, Eschlböck took their pride in developing innovative agricultural and horticultural machines. In 1956, Rudolf Eschlböck, a young farmer from Eschlbach, in the Prambachkirchen municipality, established a company to develop and produce machines for agricultural requirements.
His self-loading trailer with a moving floor for unloading turned out to be the most successful letters patent of Rudolf Eschlböck, the founder and today's senior partner of the Eschlböck company that first produced wood chippers in 1978.
A company leadership with a strong sense of responsibility for all the workers whose efficiency and capability formed this family enterprise into the most innovative manufacturer in the woodchipping industry is considered a heritage from the Eschlböck family.