GAME is located in Napoleonville, LA among the sugar cane fields of South Louisiana where sugar cane and other types of equipment have been manufactured for nearly 100 years. For the past seventy years this equipment has been exported worldwide. GAME has over 400 cumulative years of experience in building such equipment. GAME uses this experience to build each model better than past units and has standardized the components and systems for the entire product line.
The pineapple machinery was the origin of GAME. GAME’s early success was evident by nearly 100% large plantation market share within three years. The largest pineapple plantations in the world depend on GAME Equipment for machinery and service to keep their pineapple on supermarket shelves worldwide. The world’s largest pineapple growers have standardized on GAME machines.
Computer numerical controlled machining and other machine shop services are supplied to a variety of customers in the oil field and other industries. GAME’s precision machine tools and machinist improve the quality of all equipment manufactured at GAME and diversify its product offering.
A GPS steered, self-propelled sugar cane planter was developed for large operations in tropical areas such as Hawaii, Colombia, and areas of Africa, who plant and harvest their sugar cane throughout the year.
The vegetable sprayer was developed mainly for chemical companies to apply their product. It is the first machine built by GAME that is standard with limited options for a larger niche market. Large chemical and corporate vegetable growers have purchased them in the valleys from San Francisco south into Central Mexico.
GAME’s largest product line, tractors, was designed in late 2007. These tractors are heavy duty and simple for long hours in remote sugar cane and other rough applications worldwide. Game presently has four models of tractors.
GAME added cane loaders to its product line in 2012 and will add more models of tractors in 2013.