JOSKIN manufactures the world's largest programme of trailers to spread and transport agricultural products. Its machines criss-cross the countryside all over Europe and in many regions of the world on 5 continents. Every year, machines are regularly delivered to almost 60 countries.
The range covers almost all kinds of agricultural trailers, including tipping trailers, multi-purpose trailers with conveyor belt, muck spreaders, slurry spreaders, slurry injectors, spreading booms, livestock trailers, water bowsers, etc. The JOSKIN CARGO programme also offers almost all these models in interchangeable or multi-module carrier version. An original solution : the DRAKKAR trailer, which unloads through a conveyor belt in order to avoid instability when tipping and maximize the transported load.
JOSKIN offers furthermore a range of pasture care implements including rotary pasture toppers, choppers, harrows, aerators, etc.
Founded in 1968 by Victor JOSKIN, the company evolved in an international group while keeping its strategic and financial independence as well as its family management; the founder was indeed joined by his wife and 3 children.
A manoeuvrable and efficient tanker with lowered centre of gravity
JOSKIN's honours list in the transport category is enriched with this award for the Volumetra slurry tanker. 30 international agricultural machinery specialized journalists rewarded the manufacturer's efforts to fa-cilitate the farmer's daily work.
This new solution is the result of developments based on the experience of our users for several years. The Volumetra gathers, on the same machine, many new possibilities, which make it a unique vehicle, able to adapt better to the requirements of modern agriculture.
This tank with a capacity of up to 26.000 l rests on a self-supporting structure with innovative specifica-tions.
The Drakkar range is highly successful also thanks to the development of the 150 cm high bodies. These models have been designed to reduce the loading height (for potatoes, vegetables, manure, etc.). It means that the standard volume is of course reduced.
A precision agriculture goes along with modern tools, adapted to the most common uses but also, more and more, with a limited costs directed development and the respect of environment.
While reducing spacing of the injectors to 37,5 cm (previously 40 cm), this results a more homogeneous slurry spreading without increasing the spread quantities.