Harsewinkel, February 2019. CLAAS has built its 40,000th JAGUAR model at the Harsewinkel plant. Since the start of production of its very first JAGUAR model series in 1973, the company has developed into the world market leader in self-propelled forage harvesters.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the CLAAS UK apprenticeship scheme working in conjunction with SRUC Barony College. With the option of studying at either Barony or Reaseheath College, 25 new apprentices started their training this autumn.
We have a combine to suit every farming application, and with the introduction of the new TUCANO range and the TUCANO MONTANA for 2019, efficiency, output and productivity are further enhanced. Read our testimonials to see just what our customers have to say.
The NEW ROLLANT 540 fixed-chamber round baler features new rollers and a stronger chassis, with the choice of net or film wrapping. A new drive concept and outstanding ease of maintenance ensure high performance.
Five NEW TUCANO MONTANA models have been launched today to the market with hillside leveling. This system compensates for side slope inclines of up to 16% and up to 18% for the 560 and 430 models. All functions run automatically in the field, with the 'tilt' and cutting edge displayed in CEBIS.
We are delighted to announce that Cathrina Claas-Muhlhauser has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate from Harper Adams University for her contribution to new markets for agricultural machinery, and her work with the CLAAS Foundation and Harper Adams