The Thuringian Agricultural Engineering and Mechanical Engineering (limited liability company) is a middle-class, family-owned company with about 200 employees at altogether five operating parts.
It’s running the following business units:
- gate- and fence systems,
- agricultural engineering,
- mechanical engineering
- and steel construction
On June 1st, 1990, the TAM was founded in the tradition-filled heart of Germany.
The managing directors and brothers Mario and Marko Görke were able to build on their father’s, Alwin Görke, influential impact. They developed a modern, future-oriented company of agricultural- , as well as mechanical engineering, which has been constantly expanding during the past years.
The multifaceted composition of the company enables gained experience of technical innovation and market-related research of all areas to be implemented promptly and to be made accessible for interested parties and clients of the industry, handcraft and agriculture.
The path of TAM from 1949 until today
The “machine-lending-station” (MAS) is being founded. Dingelstädt is a branch office1949
The MAS is being formed into the “Industrial Agricultural Engineering Overhauling Dingelstädt” (ILI)1976
The “Thuringian Agricultural Engineering and Mechanical Engineering LLC” (TAM) is founded. The property is being transferred onto Alwin Görke.1990/1992
The gate- and fence production in Dingelstädt is becoming operational.1993
The trade service of agricultural machines is starting in Ebeleben.1994
A modern powder spray coating facility is built into the operating section Dingelstädt and put into operation.1998
At the operating part Ebeleben, a new workshop hall is being invested into, as well as a new wet painting system.1999
The operating part Siegritz is being built and opened. This counts as center for agricultural engineering of the TAM in South-Thuringia.2000
The buildings of the North-Thuringian distribution center for agricultural engineering in Lengefeld are being renovated and developed.2005
The production hall, as well as the production process at the operating part Mechterstädt, is being modernized2007/2008
The first all-wheel-steered cutting unit wagon “TAM LEGUAN quattro” is being newly developed, patented and introduced into the market.2010
The new headquarter and production hall for gate- and fence systems at the head office in Dingelstädt are being finalized and festively handed over.2011
The buildings of the operating part Lengefeld are being modified, newly constructed and celebrated with an opening.2013
At the operating part in Ebeleben, a modern high-performance laser, a new press brake, as well as a new sandblasting system is being purchased.2017
The agricultural construction hall in Mechterstädt is being renovated and inaugurated.2019