|Headquarters||Merredin, Western Australia, Australia|
|Industry||agriculture machinery tractor|
Acremaster was an Australian articulated tractor manufacturer based in Merredin, Western Australia, Australia. Founded by Laurie Phillips in 1975 as Phillips-Merredin, they began building the large 4WD tractors. The tractors have been sold as Phillips tractors as well.
In 1984, the company was sold to Don Zanetic. From 1984-1985, Acremaster built tractors for International Harvester for sale in Australia, mainly. The company was sold again in 1985, this time to Australian-equipment manufacturer Horwood Bagshaw.
After Laurie Phillips sold, or lost control of, Acremaster, he went on to build the Phoenix articulated tractor in Australia.
|Model||Year(s) Produced||Horsepower||Engine Type||Misc Notes||Photo|
|Acremaster 402||1975-1984||249 hp (186 kW)||Mercedes-Benz|
|Acremaster 403||1975-1984||308 hp (230 kW)||Mercedes-Benz|
|Acremaster 404||1975-1984||390 hp (290 kW)||Mercedes-Benz|
|Acremaster 404A||1975-1984||515 hp (384 kW)||Mercedes-Benz|
|Acremaster 421||1975-1984||210 hp (160 kW)||Mercedes-Benz|
|Acremaster 422A||1975-1984||322 hp (240 kW)||Mercedes-Benz|
|Phillips Acre Master||239 hp (178 kW)|