This is not just our claim, but a promise: We have been working as a family-run company with an eye for detail since being founding in 1940. In the third generation, we develop products that simply inspire. Whether for use by local councils or industrial purposes, whether for agriculture or for runways: As the market leader in the field of mounted sweepers, we always focus on the customer
WE PRODUCE QUALITY
Individuality and quality are our most important standards. If a product does not meet our strict quality guidelines, it will not be delivered. But we don't let it come to that. We offer you products that are tailor-made for you and with which you will be completely satisfied. Our products are developed and produced in Germany by our own trained and experienced staff. Every sweeper and every snowplough blade is made to order and meets individual customer requirements. In order to make our quality standards visible to the outside world, our company's quality management system was certified back in 1999 in accordance with the international standard DIN EN ISO 9001.
That's quality down the entire line.
TRADITION OR PROGRESS?
It does not have to be a contradiction to lead a company traditionally, yet progressively. We are connected to the region and invest in our company headquarters at Voltlage e.g. in buiding new factory buildings, painting processes which are more environmentally friendly and in the improvement of internal processes.
As a modern company, we naturally look beyond our own horizons, This is because the most important impulses come from outside, from our customers, and the best ideas are implemented from inside. We react flexibly and quickly to future developments and immediately offer the right solution. This is how we develop user-friendly products that convince in terms of functionality and design. That is progress along the entire line.
In the beginning was the horseshoe. And with that came success. In 1940, master blacksmith Heinrich Berens founded a farrier's smithy in Weese, Lower Saxony. He oriented the business to the times at an early stage: In addition to the classic trade as a blacksmith, he also serviced and repaired agricultural equipment.
When Heinrich Beren's son Günther took over the business in the 1970s, he increasingly concentrated on the market for agricultural machinery. He expanded the business to include a repair workshop, a turning shop, a welding shop and showroom areas for the agricultural machinery. At the end of the 1980s, he recognised the signs of the times and set his sights on a gap in the market – mounted sweepers.
Since then, bema has been the specialist for quality products that meet the individual requirements of customers all over the world. Now in the third generation, the company is managed by Sonja Koopmann, née Berens. And that comes from being successful down the entire line.