Moose Industries

Supporting sustainable farming practices for the future

Founded by Nigel Eckermann in 1997, Moose Industries design, develop and manufacture quality, robust agricultural machinery and componentry.

Moose machinery is designed with the future in mind their products can be configured to suit existing practices, and re-purposed to suit future farming practices when necessary. With a heavy focus on research and development, Moose are expanding their business with innovations in the sustainability and agricultural sectors. While maintaining small scale manufacturing capabilities at present, the team have spent over two years researching machinery features to give farmers a higher level of control, optimising machinery features to suit individual farming needs.

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Benefits

  • Affordable ‘high-end’ componentry to fit existing seeding machines
  • Supporting productive and sustainable farming.

Technology

Moose Industries are incorporating advanced manufacturing machinery to produce innovative and robust coulters for seeding machines, at an affordable and competitive price.

Potential markets

Australian broadacre farmers, and general farmers nationwide with the potential to market to North American broadacre farmers, specifically cereal cropping.

Partnering opportunities

Moose Industries are looking to partner with the agriculture industry in Australia and overseas to develop machinery that will support productive and sustainable farming.

Moose Industries equipment

Moose Industries specialises in creating innovative agricultural equipment.


Moose Industries team

Nigel Eckermann

Nigel Eckermann

Director, Head Designer, Business Manager

Hamish Robertson

Hamish Robertson

Operations Manager, Procurement, HR, CNC Programmer

Emma Eckermann

Emma Eckermann

Office Manager, Marketing, Strategic Planning

For all media inquires please contact Georgia Minarelli from the Innovation & Collaboration Centre.

georgia.minarelli@unisa.edu.au

0413 314 726

 

South Australian Government

University of South Australia

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