Campagnola has long been recognized as the world leader in pneumatic pruning and harvesting systems. In more recent years, through a dedication to research and innovation, Campagnola has expanded their range to include electro-mechanical pruning and harvesting tools.
Founded in Bologna, Italy in 1958, Campagnola launched the first mass production of pneumatic shears. Vibrating rakes for olive harvesting followed in 1978. Research and development has led to an evolution of products over the years, all with one goal in mind, to bring innovative solutions to the marketplace.
Campagnola is a name trusted by horticulturists all over the world and is currently exporting its quality products to over 60 countries, on every continent, worldwide.
Quality & tradition – Original LÖWE since 1923
Original LÖWE cutters are tools for professionals in viticulture, fruit growing and horticulture as well as for the widest possible range of applications in industry and trade. As early as 1923, company founder Walther Schröder made his pioneering invention; he developed and registered the patent for the world’s first anvil cutter. This cutter is still part of their range today, in practically the same form, and its name “LOWE 1” obviously marks it out as an excellent hand tool. A drawing cut against a fixed base plate – the anvil principle – can be found in many of our cutter models.