HistoryTieleman Food Equipment Ltd was a family business, founded by Ed Tieleman (the oldest of 4 brothers) in 1971, when the automation of slaughterhouses was still in its infancy. The Americans were leading at that time when and their machines were the basis for new developments. The company became a B.V. in 1978 under the name Tieleman B.V. and made a dramatic growth, especially through the invention of an effective "evisceration machine", from which in the USA more than 400, this is a market share of 80%, were sold.
In 1981 the cooperation with Systemate, was terminated and cooperation with LINCO in Denmark was established.
More and more machines were developed for the dull and unskilled work to be replaced by machines. There were 11 patents applied for 8 different machines, of which 5 have been granted. In 1984, Tieleman BV became a holding company the operating company LINCO Holland BV was established.
In 1989 Tieleman a broke with LINCO and a marketing agreement with Johnson Food Equipment in Kansas City, USA was established. Until 1998 where Tieleman bought into the American branch of LINCO: LINCO USA. In addition, TFE collaborated for the rest of the world with LINCO Food Systems A / S.
In July 2004, LINCO Food Systems A/S, bought a majority interest in Tieleman Food Equipment and since 17 February 2009 the name changed from Tieleman Food Equipment Ltd changed to LINCO Food Systems BV.