Developing hydraulics since 1950


In the late 1940's Roquet started a small workshop producing gasogenes and repairing agricultural machinery.

The first hydraulic product was actually a machine for producing pasta.

In the early 1960's Roquet started to produce 3-point hitches and radial-piston pumps for  Ebro tractors - originally the Ford Thames

In the following years Roquet became the supplier for most of the hitches and hydraulic pumps fitted in Spain by Renault, Lanz (now John Deere), Massey Ferguson, etc. In 1970 the company started developing a wide range of industrial and mobile hydraulic products.

In 1981 Roquet attended the Hannover Messe for the first time with a wide range of hydraulic products and started to supply distributors in Europe, Africa and Australia. 

Five years later Spain joined the EEC.

Growth in the following years was continuous - requiring the purchase of the foundry and the building of various new factories to keep up with demand.

Today Roquet employs over 800 people dedicated to the design, development and production of hydraulic solutions.