History

To know where you are going, you must know where you come from – some milestones in our product development and general activities

1980

foundation of the company

1981

first genuine encrusting of oilseed rape using an adhesive agent on large machines – dust-free encrustation of oilseed rape

1982

encrusting of cereal seed – liquid application of the dressing (at that time still in powder form) – dust-free encrusting of cereal seed

1982

first genuine encrusting of maize seed, using special adhesive agents instead of dextrin or beer

1986 onwards

registration of the insecticidal seed treatment COMBICOAT CBS® (with the active ingredient carbosulfan) in several European countries (Germany, Denmark, France, Austria)

1989

changeover from the Kurz Hintze continuous flow machines to batch coaters

1990 onwards

registration of the fungicidal seed treatment TMTD 98% Satec in several European countries (Germany, France, the Netherlands, Austria, Belgium)

1991

introduction of the Rotostat system (of the then ICI) for non-cereal species in Germany, France and Sweden

1991

our previous quality standards for precision coating are consistently applied to our Satec Concept batch coater

2002 onwards

development and distribution of Sat 2002 (with the active ingredient metconazole technical) for the control of Phoma in oilseed rape

2003

distribution rights for the fungicide DMM/Acrobat in winter oilseed rape for the control of downy mildew

adaptation of the Satec Concept Technology for the pelleting of sugar beet and vegetable seed

2008

presentation of what is probably the world’s smallest automatic batch coater: the SATEC Concept Micro

2010

presentation of the Satec Dust Monitor for monitoring and quality control of dust levels from coated seed

2010

re-registration of TMTD 98% Satec® in Germany for another 10 years in more than 40 crops

2011

completion of the checklist and inclusion in the Julius Kühn Institute list of seed treatment facilities with quality assurance systems for dust reduction.

2012

official testing and approval of the SATEC Dust Monitor by the Julius Kühn Institute in Braunschweig, approval number: G1913

2015

Registration oft the fungicidal rapeseed treatment Thiram SC 700 transferred from BAYER CropScience Germany to SATEC Handelsges. mbH

2016

registration of the fungicidal rapeseed treatment DMM® transferred from BASF SE to SATEC Handelsges.mbH

2016

foundation of the subsidiary SATEC Equipment GmbH for seed dressing machines and technical equipment