Avenida Baldan, 1500 15993-000 Matão, SP, Brazil
+55 16 3221-6500
On January 4, 1928, a family of Italian immigrants founded the firm 'Narciso Baldan & Irmãos', in the city of Matão, State of São Paulo, Brazil. This was the beginning of the activities of what later became Baldan Implementos Agrícolas S / A.
In 1952, the Baldan family manufactured the first national disc for plows and harrows. The pioneering spirit broke the dependence on imported products and contributed to the development of agriculture in the country.
Baldan discs are now rated among the best products offered on the market. Innovation has encouraged the practice of new production methods and techniques.
Installed in a modern industrial park of 256 thousand m², of which 65 thousand m² of built area, joining the experience and cutting edge technology, Baldan has been developing products with advanced engineering concepts, which are intended for soil preparation and planting of various types of cultures. It has a product line focused on sugarcane cultivation and also an agricultural platform for corn harvesting.
The management model adopted by Baldan is supported by a Professional Management (Contracted Executive Board), in line with the Board of Directors (Participation of Baldan Family shareholders).
Along with the professionalization of its management, as of April / 2010 Baldan started the implementation of its own manufacturing system, called SBM.
SBM is a productive system that focuses on meeting customer expectations through the application of the best and most successful manufacturing methodologies and technologies that have emerged throughout the history of the world industry. Among them are: MRP, SCM, ISO, Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma.
With SBM, Baldan will continue to produce and improve its processes and products, seeking excellence in meeting the needs of its customers and employees, contributing to the development of Brazilian and global agriculture.
Currently the company has a wide and diversified line with more than 200 products, in 2 thousand versions aimed at all types of culture and soil