THE COMPANY

The Tyrolean family company Lindner has been successfully asserting itself on the market for over 70 years.

Lindner tractor factory - successful in its niche.

Be innovative and use niches: The Tyrolean family company Lindner develops and produces tractors and vans for alpine mountain and grassland farming, cultivated agriculture and municipalities. The 250 employees in Kundl in Tyrol produce 1,200 Lintrac and Unitrac machines every year. The technology forge generates half of its sales on export markets such as Germany, Switzerland and France. The focus of all innovations is the goal of optimizing the work of customers. That is why Lindner relies on versatile, compact and clean vehicles. The company, which has been producing tractors since 1948, places particular emphasis on digitization. Lindner has developed the TracLink system, which recognizes devices precisely and adjusts them perfectly. Automated systems guarantee efficient and precise work.

Numbers and facts

Family company

Innovation and a pioneering spirit were already corporate principles for our grandfathers that still make our tractor factory successful today.

The Tyrolean family company was founded more than seven decades ago. Today the 3rd and 4th generation of the Lindner family work side by side on the future of the company. Hermann, Stefan and Rudolf Lindner manage the tractor and van manufacturer as managing directors. David Lindner (Marketing and Export Manager and Managing Director Lindner Switzerland and France) and his cousins Christoph (Lintrac and Unitrac assemblies) and Manuel (innovation, quality and apprenticeship training) embody the fourth generation.

LOCATIONS

Since the founding of the Lindner tractor factory, the company has been based in Kundl in Tyrol. In addition to the company headquarters - the technology center - both the factory and the Lindner innovation center are located here. Since 2018 there has also been a location in France with the competence center in Blotzheim.

Lindner France SAS

PRODUKTION

Quality and innovation from Tyrol

A new Lindner tractor rolls off the production line in just two days: the chassis is assembled on the first day. Painting is done in the evening - the paint is dry by morning. On the second day, all lines, cables and hoses are laid, various additional equipment is attached and the cabin is put on. As soon as the tires are mounted, it goes on to the end of the line where all settings are made and the vehicle is prepared for the final inspection. Over 250 Lindner employees produce around 1,200 tractors and vans a year with up to 200 hours of manual labor per vehicle.