About Us

First founded by the Malcolm Family over 50 years ago (1963), the Nelson based machinery company has grown to be one of Australasia’s leading Grass and Forage harvesting specialists.

With the Webbline name being adopted in 1999 as a subsidiary of Malcolm Machinery after purchasing Webco Industries in the Waikato. It currently has a head office in Hamilton (Waikato); with branches in Gore (Southland) and Ashburton (Canterbury); and with service agents currently covering the rest of New Zealand.

Webbline has presence in the Australian market with Agents to accommodate the increasing demand for it’s world renown products.

Like all Agricultural harvesting, there is always pressure to get the job done using the best equipment for the job and with the most efficient use of time.

Webbline’s commitment is to advise and supply the right equipment for its clients’ needs, backed up by highly trained technicians with premium parts and service. s

What we do

The right product at the right time

When it comes to agricultural machinery, Webbline stands above the rest. This is because its philosophy is to find you the right product at the right time in your business’s development. Webbline won’t sell you more than you need, and neither will it sell you something you’ll soon outgrow.

Webbline knows first-hand that one gumboot does not fit all when it comes to farm equipment. To ensure its clients have the right products, its expert team provides individually tailored advice and top-quality machines. Webbline’s commitment to servicing and parts supply for the hard-working life of the machinery they sell will give you the results your business

Webbline agriculture ltd mission statement

To provide innovative and leading solutions for industry and backed up by a quality support structure and team.

"Our commitment to you is in the delivery of over 50 years of specialist forage expertise"

Get in touch

Use the form below to send us your enquiry or Freephone 0800 932 254

    WAIKATO - HEAD OFFICE
    Canterbury
    SOUTHLAND
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