Truly a Claas act

Richardson, David
November 2006
Farmers Weekly;11/3/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 18, p43
Trade Publication
The article features Doctor Helmut Claas, an extraordinary agriculturalist, engineer and entrepreneur who has become the biggest manufacturer of harvesting machinery in Europe with factories around the world. Three years ago Claas acquired the Renault tractor company in France. Its products have since been re-branded as Claas and a new five-tractor Axion range from 160hp to 225hp has been launched recently.


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