Above on the page there are several PDF Manuals for SAMPO ROSENLEW Combine Harvesters.
The history of the Sampo plant dates back to the beginning of the 19th century, and the history of the production of agricultural machinery began with hand-operated threshers, which began to be produced from the 1860s.
The first self-propelled harvester was the 657 LP model, the production of which started in 1957.
In 1990, the 2000 series of combines was introduced, with which a large modernization of the model range began, and in 1991 Sampo Rosenlew Ltd. was established, which served as a powerful impetus to the development of the brand.
Now the plant produces about 1,500 combines per year, and the maximum production capacity can reach 4-5 thousand machines per year.
And Sampo Rosenlew is actively working to reach these numbers.
Production of components is 80% concentrated in its own enterprise. Pori produces all the critical nomenclature, such as threshing drums, augers, bridges, etc.
The production does not use components made in Southeast Asia.
The plant came to the conclusion that it is better to work with more expensive but stable suppliers. As a result, this reduces the cost of both the combine itself and its operation.
Powder coating is used in the manufacture of a number of combine components.
By the way, specialists from the largest specialized company in Finland work in the paint shop - the same ones who paint airplanes.