Civemasa was originally founded by the initiative of groups of mill owners from Araras and region, with the objective of providing technical assistance in domestic and imported vehicles. It was the year 1957.

Later, with the constant development of the market and the search for new areas of activity, in 1967 Civemasa incorporated the company EPEMA. Its creators then launched Civemasa into a new era, developing and producing agricultural implements for soil preparation, planting and cultivation of sugarcane.

With the emergence and development of new types of crops in different areas, such as cotton and soybeans, for example, there was a need to mechanize these agricultural segments as well.
To this end, Civemasa has expanded its production by manufacturing a complete line of agricultural implements for soil preparation and conservation aimed at all types of crops.

Due to the growing concern with the environment, regarding the minimum use of chemical fertilizers in the crops, and the consequent reduction of costs with the application of them to the farmer himself, in 1993 he started to produce the Organic Waste Compostator. , an implement that transforms remains of organic materials into an environmentally friendly compound.

Now, in 1999, due to the broad vision of the future market by its managers, Civemasa, located in Araras-SP, was incorporated into the Marchesan Group of the city of Matão-SP. Thus began a new phase, focused directly and exclusively on agribusiness. This provided an even faster and personalized service to the national and international agricultural market.

Civemasa’s constant concern with the needs of its customers makes its continuous growth possible, thus consolidating this long-linked Civemasa and Quality binomial and considered indissoluble.