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Robert Liet, CEO

Family company


Trioliet is a genuine family-owned company. Brothers Max, Fred and Kees (trio) Liet founded their company in Purmerend in 1950 and named it Trioliet. Following the acquisition of Mullos, the trading name of the company was changed to Trioliet Mullos. In 2007, the position of Director was assumed by Robert Liet, the son of one of the founders.

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Unique, complete and specialist range

Management Team, f.l.t.r. Gert Stam, Hans Pleijte, Kees Liet, Robert Liet, Harry Kleverkamp, Edwin Lentfert and Martin Wigger
Management Team, f.l.t.r. Gert Stam, Hans Pleijte, Kees Liet, Robert Liet, Harry Kleverkamp, Edwin Lentfert and Martin Wigger

Trioliet is unique as a complete provider of premium feeding machines for livestock farms. All of our machines are geared toward helping the modern dairy farmer manage a farm efficiently. Designing new solutions and developing existing technologies are our highest priorities. We are confident that we can provide a suitable mechanical or automatic feeding solution for 80% of all beef and dairy farms worldwide, whether that means drawing from our existing range, or designing a bespoke machine to suit the client's every need.

In short, Trioliet offers a highly comprehensive and specialist range of livestock feeding machines, such as silage cutters, diet feeders, self-loading or self-propelled mixer feeders and complete robotic feeding systems.


 

 

Export to more than 50 countries

Harry Kleverkamp, export manager
Jarno Reulink, export manager
Mark Kroese, export manager
Robin Hansen, export manager
Stefan Schulte, sales manager robotic feeding
Bart Koekkoek, product manager
Martijn Homan, product manager
 

Trioliet exports well over 80% of its machines to more than 50 countries worldwide. Machines for silagecutting, loading, mixing and feeding. Today there are tens of thousands of professional Trioliet users all over the world who enjoy the ease and reliability of their Trioliet machine day after day.