Our Story

The company founded by Giulio Carlotti in 1956 initially deals with the construction of wire netting, fences and gates. The production then shifted to the construction of light ladders for fruit harvesting, bale loaders and fertilizer spreaders. In 1965 Giulio Carlotti, a blacksmith and contractor, builds the first semi-automatic potato digger, the RAPID 1 model, making his company known throughout Italy. Over time, the growing needs of farmers have led to the development of increasingly sophisticated harvesting techniques. However, the company has never forgotten the importance of safeguarding the integrity of the product, and has therefore developed non-aggressive machines suitable for harvesting soft products. From a small workshop to an important industrial reality: this is the story of Carlotti GC, Macchine Agricole.

Our Path


The first potato digger is designed and created by the founder of the company, Giulio Carlotti: the model is called RAPID 1.


Potato and onion harvesting techniques continue to evolve. As farmers’ needs increase, a more advanced mechanisation is required: the first semi-automatic potato harvesters is built, making CARLOTTI known throughout Italy.


Giulio Carlotti moves his activity to an industrial plant: he starts exporting his products all over Europe.


At the end of the 1990s, CARLOTTI is taken over by Giampaolo and Claudio, Giulio’s son and grandson. The first potato harvesters of the SPRING series are born during this period.


In 2007 the series is further developed with the introduction of the highly efficient SPRING 750/35 harvesting machine.


During its years of activity, CARLOTTI GC has specialised in the production of machinery for small and medium-sized farms, a process carried out with the utmost attention to safeguarding the integrity of the product.

Where we operate

Today our constantly evolving network covers not only the entire Italian territory, but also several European (France, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Malta,Croatia) and extra-European countries, such as Tunisia, Morocco, Canada, Australia and India.