Braud Australia was established in 1997 as a division of the Research and Development Engineers Pty Ltd Group, established in 1980. Research and Development Engineers Pty Ltd also trade as Kubpower Construction and Agricultural Equipment and Landini Central, Agricultural Equipment.
Braud Australia is proud to be the Australia importer and distributor for New Holland Braud Grape Harvesters and Olive Harvesters. We began in Adelaide Australia, with our first delivery of the Braud SB64 model in January 1998.
Braud was founded in 1870 in St Mars La Jaille in France, at this time Braud was manufacturing threshing machines. However in 1975 Braud decided to focus its production on Grape Harvesters producing their first ever model the 1020, this was closely followed by the 1014 being the best-selling grape harvester in history with over 2000 units sold in less than four years. Braud soon became the leader in self-propelled grape harvesters dominating global market share, where they still stand today from their home in Coex, France.
Braud is now part of the group, CNH Global. CNH Industrial N.V. was incorporated in November 2012 and became operational in September 2013 as a result of the mergers of Fiat Industrial S.p.A. (Acquisition of Braud since 1985) and CNH Global N.V.
Braud Australia stretches across our three South Australian locations, Gepps Cross, Summertown and Naracoorte. They are all fully equipped for all your Braud harvester needs. Whether it be new or used machinery sales, the full range of genuine Braud/New Holland spare parts, on and off site servicing and warranty services.
Various dealers have been appointed in areas distant from our own outlets Australia wide to give the best after sales support and of course local knowledge. The appointed dealers have all had existing or previous experience with the New Holland Product.
Braud Australia also offers a range of other products, implements and attachments encouraging all-year-long use of your harvesters. From pre-pruning, foliage maintenance, spraying right back through to harvest.