JOHN BERENDS PRODUCTS
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John Berends Implements
John Berends Implements was established on the 6th October 1966, with the original premises being in a weatherboard house
in Narre Warren, Victoria. John began by manufacturing grader blades, rippers, car trailers and carryalls.
However, increased demand required bigger premises. In 1974, the business was moved to Greens Road, Dandenong. In 1978, John
Berends Implements moved to its present location in Frankston Road, Dandenong. By this stage the range of machinery had grown considerably.
Gibbins was founded in 1878, in Melbourne, as a manufacturer of a range of discs, harrows, grader blades and cultivation
In the early 1970's, Gibbins merged with Rawlings to produce Gibbins-Rawling Co. At this stage, Gibbins-Rawling was the
distributor for the Scandinavian based Kongskilde range of cultivation equipment.
In 1986, John Berends Implements Pty Ltd brought Gibbins-Rawling and relocated all stock to their Dandenong premises.
Berends had a large slice of the cultivation market at this point, but believed a share of the trailing disc market would be beneficial. In taking on the Gibbins-Rawling range of discs, Berends were
able to provide a quality range of discs, which had already been tested in the field for many years.
The Gibbins-Rawlings name and colours were kept until 1998, after which all machines were painted in the Berends colours.
The name has been retained, as it has a long and favourable history with the Australian farmer.
John Berends Implements Pty Ltd aim to continue providing strong, reliable and price competitive products well into the
future. With over 40 years experience in the agricultural business, Berends is the benchmark in agricultural machinery.