Pioneering Solutions for Agriculture

Our motto,
‘Grow With A Good Flow’, captures our philosophy and operations in a nutshell.

Tume-Agri’s past is rooted in the history of a sugar factory. In 1948, Turenki’s sugar factory founded a machine shop in order to manufacture tools for sugar beet farmers. The machine shop repaired the sugar factory’s machinery as well as local agricultural machinery. During the 1960s, the workshop began manufacturing Tume agricultural machines for grain and cattle farms.

Production at Turenki’s factory increased amidst the industrialisation of Finland’s agricultural industry. During the 1980s, production developed rapidly and the factory had its first welding robots installed.

In 1986, the owner of the sugar factory, Socros Oy, sold the manufacturing rights for Tume agricultural machines to the Finnish Nokka Group. In 2004, Nokka Group allocated the manufacturing of Tume agricultural machines to Tume-Agri Oy, selling the company to Tume-Agri Oy’s management body in 2006.

Tume-Agri’s research and development operations emphasise the economy and reliability of the machinery. Product development is carried out in collaboration with farmers. The aim is to have a technically reliable agriculture machine that does not depreciate with use and helps farmers in their everyday work.

Innovations for Field Farming

The company’s first innovation was the Tume fertilizer harrow, which was created by combining drilling and cultivation using a harrow with a levelling board. The next innovation was a prototype completed in 1968, featuring the combination of seed sowing with fertiliser feeding capabilities.

Launched in 1988, the JyräCombi combined seed and fertilizer drill was a significant product innovation. JyräCombi featured wheels behind the drill machine. Taking the wheels from the side to the back eliminated the need for separate rolling, allowing for more even sprouting. JyräCombi has seen several upgrades since that time and continues to be one of Tume’s headline products today.

The multi-purpose Nova Combi drill, which is suitable for various cultivation methods and conditions, was launched in 2003. Nova Combi has enjoyed success in trials and competitions around the world.

Our operations are founded on

Honesty and frankness Customer appreciation Team spirit

  • 1948

    For the first time Tume sells products, hoes, straight farmers. Until this, we were a machine shop working only for the sugar factory.

  • 1950

    Horse-drawn beet cultivators came to the market.

  • 1959

    We made a prototype of a sugar beet precision planter.

  • 1963

    Sugar beet precision seeding machines for wider sales.

  • 1968

    We manufactured the first grain and fertilizer combination machine, a seed fertilizer.

  • 1988

    Tume presents the legendary JC, a rear-wheel model seed drill.

  • 1991

    The production of Hankmo shovel roller harrows was transferred to Tume.

    The first Tume direct seeding fertilizer JC DC is introduced.

    New Hankmo models are being developed.

  • 1993

    We developed a direct seeding machine HKK (sowing only) with which Tume got new export countries.

  • 2001

    The protomodel of Nova Combi was built.

  • 2002

    The production of Nova Combi was started.

  • 2003

    The Tume Cultipack intermediate cultivator came to market.

  • 2006

    Thanks to Nova Combi and Cultipack, our exports was strengthened significantly.

    The Tume Cultiplus module cultivator was developed.

  • 2017

    PEL-Tuote Oy bought a share of Tume-Agri.

    We began to work as a direct sales organization in Finland and we started used machines trading.

  • 2019

    Tume presented the ISOBUS-compatible electric motor-powered Super Nova Combi.

  • 2021

    PEL-tuote and Tume-Agri merged into a group.

    The Tume Harrow collection was released.

  • 2022

    The new ISOBUS machine Tume Orion is released.

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