Quality, reliability and flexibility in the forest
The company was founded by the blacksmith Anders Jonasson in Moheda, southern Sweden, in 1835.
The mid-1950s saw the start of the serial production of trailers.
At this time, Allan Bergström worked at the company and had an order for a trailer. Two local farmers visited the workshop to inspect the trailer. This resulted in each of the farmers also placing an order for a trailer. And this was how serial production began.
Allan Bergström was the fifth generation since the company was founded in 1835. He took over in 1960 and registered the company name MOHEDAVAGNEN.
In 1981, Moheda designed the first trailer with frame steering that the market had seen.
In 1983, Moheda produced the first Robson-powered forestry trailer for the trade fair at Elmia. It proved a great success.
The production of Moheda cranes began in 1991, initially with V-kran as a subcontractor.
The partnership making Lantmännen Maskin an authorised dealer was entered into back in 1963 and has stood the test of time ever since.
Moheda was acquired by Wådell Invest in 2000.
The company moved to Vänersborg/Bäckefors in western Sweden in 2004, following its acquisition by JCE. In 2013, all manufacturing and assembly was relocated to the current premises in Bäckefors, Dalsland.