PM Jacinda Ardern may have many talents, but an understanding of business is clearly not one of them.
The dictionary defines ‘panoramic’ as “an unbroken view of the surrounding region”, so the newly arrived Claas Arion 400 series tractors are worth a closer look, but more on that later.
German harvester manufacturer Claas, known for the rubber track system it developed 30 years ago, went on to refine it.
Harvesting specialist Claas has developed a new internal wrapping system for its Rollant 400 Uniwrap balers that will slash processing time and film costs.
Claas Harvest Centres have released a new range of mixer wagons, the Trioliet Solomix2 VLL-S, to complement the existing ZK series already sold in New Zealand.
Tractor makers routinely submit tractors for testing and review, but its much less common for machinery.
Contractors at a recent meeting held in Waikato by Claas Harvest Centre got insight into a new forage maize technique now gaining momentum in the US and Europe.
Family owned harvesting specialist Claas employs about 11,300 people globally and 10% of its workforce is in R&D.
Claas has unveiled its two-model Variant 400 series round balers, due for release in New Zealand and Australia in 2017.
After six years experience using the technology, Canterbury agricultural contractor Martin Bruce (M.A. Bruce Ltd, Darfield) vouches for the durability and reliability of the new Claas Max Cut cutter-bar.
Claas has improved its industry-leading Jaguar self-propelled forage harvesters, including advanced engine and control technologies and a tyre pressure control system for the drive and steering axles.