Carraro was established in 1932 and initially concentrated on producing seeders for farming, targeting an interregional market.
It was in the 1950s that the company ventured into the farm tractor market with the production of the first tractor bearing the name "Tre Cavallini" in 1958.
Carraro S.p.A. of Campodarsego (PD) transfers the production of tractors and agricultural machines to Rovigo, to concentrate on the new core business: integrated drive systems for agricultural and earth-moving machines. So Agritalia was founded.
Agritalia evolves: from agricultural machines – sowing machines, tilling machines and harrows – it converts to the production of tractors marketed with the historical Carraro three-horse trade mark, after Carraro S.p.A. withdrew completely from the process.
An agreement signed with Renault Agriculture provides for the production at Rovigo also of tractors with the Renault brand.
The competence and professionalism achieved in a few years are underlined by the new important contract signed with Case IH (today part of the CNH, Case New Holland Group).
At the same time, the assembly of agricultural drives for special tractors, strategically crucial components for Agritalia production, is transferred to Rovigo.
Agritalia grows in size and capacity; the facility is renewed and the logistics and production flows are adjusted to the needed to increase the volumes, to handle two new, important commercial agreements with the American company John Deere and the Finnish company Valtra.
The network of partners widens with the entry of Claas, another important player, fundamental on the international scene.
Massey Ferguson also entrusts to Agritalia the development, engineering and production of its special tractors.
The new Carraro Tractor is re launched with a new brand, Agricube, series. It is available in four versions: Ligh Utility, Orchard, Vineyard and Wide Vineyards.
Start of Agritalia Production System.
A cooperation with Escorts India for the tractors design for Indian market has started.
Oscar Carraro Tractor Museum is born, which exhibits a number of products that symbolically marked the success of the company in the 60s and 70s.