Tama’s main area of specialization is packaging and protective
products for agriculture, which we refer to as "Crop Packaging".
Tama is focused first and foremost on netwrap for hay, silage and
straw, an area where we have led the market for the last twenty
years. Along with netwrap, Tama manufactures baler twines and
also sells stretchfilm and silage films, to complete a full
basket of Crop Packaging Products (CPP). Our vision is to supply
each farmer and contractor with the product that best suits his
needs. This vision is supported by constant investment in
innovation, setting the quality benchmark in the CPP market and
focussing on the highest levels of service and support. We aim to
supply our customers with the highest quality products for
consistent baling results, through the most cost-effective
Round Module Wraps
As part of the project for development of John Deere’s innovative
cotton picking machine, Tama has developed packaging for cotton
that is baled during harvest (RMW™
), without stopping the picker.
Tama has developed and patented innovative types of pallet net
for the palletizing of products that need to breathe-such as
fresh produce, refrigerated items, and manufactured items that
are still warm when palletized.
Tama produces turf nets for the sod industry, and shade nets for
horticultural and other uses. In addition, Tama has a product
line of plastic products manufactured by compression and
injection molding technologies. This product line includes
housewares and various technical accessories.
Tama has sales and marketing organizations
in each main market,
and is thus in a position to have a close understanding of its
customers’ needs and to provide them with direct service in the
field. Our service includes professional sales training and
technical training and service in the field. Tama’s seven
globally placed manufacturing plants afford it a strong presence
in target markets.
Tama has long-term relationships with Original Equipment
) which includes cooperation in machine and
packaging development, product approval and recognition, and crop
packaging products distribution. These close relationships have
taught us at Tama how to adapt our products ideally to our
Tama continually invests significant efforts in renewing and
improving our products and production methods so that farmers and
contractors may benefit from a product that best suits their
needs. The vast experience accumulated by Tama’s Research and
Development department in working with both agricultural plastic
and machinery, places it in a unique position as a leading
supplier of agricultural packaging.