We understand the challenge of being a grower.
We also understand that being a grower is all about passion.
We share that same passion.
We are here to help growers improve yields economically & sustainably, and address water & land scarcity through proven, state-of-the-art micro-irrigation solutions.
To be a global leader in the adoption of micro-irrigation solutions by:
Providing comprehensive solutions & custom projects which are reliable, easy-to-use & affordable to growers;
Building long term, rewarding relationships with growers & business partners.
Steeped in our grower heritage & founding role in the micro-irrigation industry, we blend:
A genuine commitment to growers' and partners' success;
An innovative & fast-moving spirit and integrity in the way we do business.
Field Trusted Innovation: Past, Present & Future
As an industry leader in an ever changing world, we strive to lead the market to smarter technology that supports growers through the entire cycle, from efficient system design through continuous monitoring and irrigation recommendations to successful harvest. As a result of our strong relationships with our business partners, we know what is happening in the field and we are innovating solutions today to solve today's and tomorrow's grower challenges.
Rich in history that spans more than 50 years, Rivulis Eurodrip continues to develop, manufacture, refine and support top quality micro-irrigation solutions for the global agriculture market.
2006 - Starting with the consolidation of three of the leading micro-irrigation companies, Plastro, T-Systems and Roberts into John Deere Water.
2014 - The consolidated company was purchased by FIMI Opportunity Funds and Rivulis Irrigation was born. Since then, Rivulis has focused on providing continuous innovation and strong service to meet the growing needs of the irrigation markets around the world.
2015 - Rivulis announced that it had consummated a definitive investment agreement with Dhanna Engineering Private Limited (DEL), a company of the Abhay Firodia family of India – a well-known and highly respected family in India, holding controlling interests in Force Motors Limited (Force Motors).
2016 - Rivulis expanded into irrigation-focused precision agriculture software services with Manna Irrigation, a fully owned subsidiary.
2017 - Rivulis and Eurodrip, a seasoned industry veteran of nearly 40 years, merged to create a global leader in micro-irrigation with unparalleled market coverage and the industry’s most extensive product and solution offering.
Our Global Presence
With 1,700 employees, 15 factories and a global distribution network of over 2,500 dealers and OEM partners, Rivulis Eurodrip is a major player impacting the growing move of agriculture to micro-irrigation.
Through system design provided by our 5 Design Service Centers, product innovation provided by our three R&D Centers in Israel, California and Greece, training, technical support and Manna Irrigation, a sensor-free, software-based irrigation recommendations and more, we work side by side to achieve results for our business partners and growers.
15 Factories | 1,700 Employees Worldwide | 3 R & D Centers | 5 Design Service Centers | 2,500 Dealers Worldwide
Our Product and Services – The Most Extensive in the Industry
With the industry's most extensive product offering with leading, trusted product brands such as T-Tape, Ro-Drip, Hydrogol, D5000, Eolos, and Compact, Rivulis Eurodrip is uniquely positioned to provide just the right products to make the most of your unique growing operations.
Our extensive product offering includes
In addition to our products, we offer a wide range of services
Global Design Services Design is an iterative process requiring feet on the ground. We have several in-house design centers throughout the world and key partnerships with leading design firms. In addition, we invest in training and developing tools for our business partner network.
Manna Irrigation Intelligence a sensor-free, software-based solution that provides site-specific irrigation recommendations at the touch of a button, without the hassle of in-ground sensors.