The history of Ariens began back in 1933 when its founder, Henry Ariens, together with his three sons, who lived in the city of Brilliant, Wisconsin, USA, designed and built the first American rotary cultivator.
It took many years of experimentation and perseverance, so that already in the 1950s the company entered the market with three types of consumer goods, including a tractor-lawn mower (rider).
And by 1960, the company began producing snow machines under the brand name Ariens. And by 1963, the production area was 23,000 square feet.
Further, thanks to the continuous improvement and implementation of new technologies, the company successfully developed, the latest snow blower factory was built, and a number of companies were bought. And by 2012, Ariens released its three millionth snow blower.