As a result of the increase in demand for mechanical weed control, as well as soil and seeding technology, Einböck is increasing its production capacity following a €30m investment.

With the structural work currently under way, the project is said to be finished by autumn 2023 and will claim the creation of an additional 100 jobs in the surrounding areas of Dorf an der Pram where the factory is located.

At the heart of the company’s largest-ever investment will be two new painting lines (powered by renewable sources), an automated warehouse and an overhead track between the paint shop and assembly lines.

Staff too will benefit from a new canteen, new offices and recreation rooms

This is said to modernise and help automate production. Staff too will benefit from a new canteen, new offices and recreation rooms.


For the 2020-21 financial year, the Austrian manufacturer recorded a 15% increase in turnover. The strongest growth was achieved in the weeding and hoeing technology sector, while other product lines also experienced healthy growth.

“We are happy, grateful and very satisfied that we have been able to maintain production throughout the last challenging months.

“Once again, we achieved our high goals despite difficult situation with suppliers and the pandemic," says the family-owned company.

Management changes

Another major milestone in the company's history took place just recently as the fourth generation of the family-owned company were welcomed as managing directors.

Leopold Einböck Sr has successfully managed the company with his wife Birgit Einböck for more than three decades and will continue to do so.

His sons Michael and Leopold Einböck Jr, who have already worked within the company for several years, now take on the respective roles of managing director for the entire technical area and commercial managing director.