The CARGOS 8000.

In operation all the year round.

On the market since 2015, the CARGOS 8000 shows what it can do in both contracting operations and on family farms with their own equipment.

The CARGOS 8000.

In operation all the year round.

On the market since 2015, the CARGOS 8000 shows what it can do in both contracting operations and on family farms with their own equipment.


CARGOS 8500-8300

Stefan, Matthias and Annette Hess (Baden-Württemberg, Germany).

Highly manoeuvrable and easy to operate.

The Hess family runs a family farm that is typical for the region, with a herd of 80 dairy cows. Using the CARGOS 8400 and an AXION 650, they harvest 55 ha of their own grassland as well as their neighbour’s fields. A dual-purpose wagon is also used for the maize harvest.


CARGOS 8500-8300

Menno Poppink, Gebr. Poppink B.V. (Overijssel, Netherlands).

The feedback is all good.

For Menno Poppink, who looks after the fleet of a large agricultural contractor, what counts most of all is what his customers think: "If they're happy, then so are we."


CARGOS 8500-8300

Jan and Dirk-Bernd Meinders (Lower Saxony, Germany).

The ideal partner for the family-run farm.

On the family's farm in East Friesland, forage for 150 dairy cows and their female offspring is grown over an area of 98 ha. Jan and Dirk-Bernd Meinders are seeking to achieve "minimal forage contamination and optimum efficiency".


CARGOS 8500-8300

Heinz Kohler, one of the two Managing Directors of Kohler GbR (Baden-Württemberg, Germany).

Despite its size, fun to drive.

The company Kohler GbR operates a biogas plant with an output of 500 kW, and also manages a herd of 120 dairy cows. Since May 2015, it has been using a CARGOS 8500 as a loading wagon during grass harvesting, either as an addition to the harvesting chain on smaller parcels, or as a harvest transport wagon. In addition to around 15 ha of agricultural grass and 60 ha of maize, it harvests approximately 105 ha of grassland on average.