In 1971, Claas was involved in the development of a pick-up sugar cane harvester. Then, two years later, in 1973, it presented the first self-propelled forage harvester. Three years later, in 1976 it introduced the first Claas round baler ROLLANT, followed by the introduction of the JAGUAR self-propelled forage harvesters seven years later in 1983. That was quickly followed by the presentation of QUADRANT in 1988 and then Agrocom, a computer based, satellite-assisted, agricultural information system in 1994. In 1995, Claas, in a joint partnership with Caterpillar introduced the Lexion combine which today is offered with either tyres or with rubber tracks.
Claas prides itself at being at the forefront of agricultural technology with a focus on automation and computerisation.
TKV’s aftermarket range of CLAAS rubber tracks will keep you moving rain, sunshine or harvest.