With more than 45 years of history, Moldemaq is a reference in the Brazilian market when it comes to agricultural transport . Keeping its roots and values ​​since its inception, Moldemaq has always been focused on offering the best and most innovative solutions for small and medium-sized farmers, also known as family farming .

The company started its activities in 1976, through the dream of the couple Marino and Maria Tecilla, with a small model factory for foundry. Through strength and talent, just 6 years later it began to produce parts for microtractors  and, in the sequence, also the implements for them. From then on, it never stopped innovating and offering new products, currently producing more than 5,000 items of spare parts, 20 implements for microtractors and  quadricycles , in addition to 4 self-propelled tractors .

Today, the company is managed by the couple’s three sons: Nilson Tecilla, Rogério Tecilla and Jair Tecilla, who brought new ideas and technological management to the administration, without leaving behind the values ​​that guided their parents throughout the journey of building the company. company. 

Installed in the same place where it was founded, Moldemaq’s growth has allowed it to build an industrial park with more than 8,500 m². With high technology in its processes, the company invests in innovation  and has a high-performance team that is always looking for solutions that are increasingly in line with market needs, combining high productivity with quality, durability, low maintenance and safety. .

Due to the very high level of efficiency , Moldemaq products, which were initially intended for the agricultural sector and to revolutionize the life of small farmers, today reach new market niches and also serve transport in industry , civil construction  and large works, and they also offer support in the maintenance of residential condominiums. But the possibilities are endless and new uses are being designed every day, such as the line of tractors, which recently started to support the public sector in cleaning  and preserving  beaches.

Moldemaq’s history is a legacy for the city of Jaraguá do Sul and its growth also represents the growth of the city and the people who inhabit it. History that, even after facing an unprecedented pandemic, maintained its care for people, its products and its ethical and responsible commitment.

To provide efficiency in each process, Moldemaq invests in its most valuable asset: people. From the concern with innovation and sustainability, but also offering a great work environment, with the necessary tools for the quality of the service, from product conception to its use, this care is also reflected in customer service, which has all the necessary support to clear your doubts when choosing the best solution for your need and also with an efficient after-sales service, which understands that solutions must  be quick and effective . After all, our machines cannot stop!

Curiosity: Tobata Lowered Moldemaq and Banda Fritz 4

A curiosity that marked the history of Moldemaq was the conception of the song “Tobata relegated”. The idea came up in 2013, after director Nilson heard the song “Tobata rebaixada”, by “Fritz 4”, a band from Novo Xingu, in the interior of Rio Grande do Sul.

The song, which is a parody of “Camaro Amarelo” (Munhoz and Mariano) and was very successful at the time, tells the story of a farmer of German descent who could not take Frida for a ride in his cart. After going to the city and buying a lowered tobata, Fritz starts to call the girl’s attention, just like in the story of the original song.

After the creation of the yellow tobata, the company had the idea of ​​sponsoring the music video, which went viral on the internet and on YouTube alone has already surpassed the mark of 2 million and 700 thousand views!

Check out the clip  and have fun listening to the band Fritz 4!


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