Company Overview of CLAAS KGaA mbH
CLAAS Kommanditgesellschaft auf Aktien mbH manufactures and sells agricultural engineering equipment. The company offers combines, forage harvesters, square balers, transplanters, tractors, telehandlers, hay tools, precision farming machines, forage harvesting machinery, and agricultural systems. It also offers services and parts, including double fingers, filters, shear bars, chains, ball bearings, knives, belts, spring tines, refrigerants, and seats; cab accessories, crop packaging materials, lubricants, coolants, batteries, measuring instruments, elevator paddles, and accessories; camera systems, telemetry and precision farming products; AGROCOM software; and services. The company sells i...
Founded in 1913
Key Executives for CLAAS KGaA mbH
Chief Executive Officer of Claas Jinyee Agricultural Machinery
Executive Vice President of Sales & Services and Member of Executive Board
Head of Plant Expansion and Technical Director
Head of Technical Services - Russia
Executive Director of Law
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
CLAAS KGaA mbH Key Developments
CLAAS Announces Board Changes
Jan 19 16
CLAAS KGaA mbH appointed Bernd Ludewig to the company's executive board with responsibility for the sales and marketing division. Jan-Hendrik Mohr, who is a member of the CLAAS Executive Board, will assume responsibility for the Grain Harvest Division, with effect from April 1, 2016. Mohr has been in charge of the Sales and Marketing Division since 2011, and has held a variety of executive offices in Germany and abroad since joining CLAAS in 1984. He will take over his new position from Dr. Henry Puhl, who has accepted new managerial challenges outside the company.
CLAAS Launches CLAAS's Tractors in Finland
Oct 21 15
CLAAS together with Konekesko announced that they would be launching CLAAS tractors in the Finnish market. The launch took place recently at the KoneAgria Agricultural Machinery and Equipment Fair in Tampere, north of Helsinki.
CLAAS Announces Operation of Krasnodar Plant in Russia
Oct 6 15
CLAAS has announced the operation of an additional plant in Krasnodar, Russia. The company has invested around EUR 120 million in the project. The need to modernize and the demand for efficient harvesting technologies remain significant. Only 72 million hectares are currently used for agriculture in Russia, but a total of 122 million hectares are actually suitable for farming. The new plant is employing people from many different regions of Russia, some of whom have travelled more than 2,000 kilometers to take up a position at CLAAS in Krasnodar. Many of the occupations and technologies required by the plant didn't previously exist in the region and, in some cases, were very rare throughout the whole of Russia. Jobs in computer-controlled laser machining, which involves cutting metal parts with the utmost precision, or jobs in the automated painting facility are found nowhere else in the region. This technological specialization combined with a level of vertical integration comparable to that of the CLAAS parent plant in Harsewinkel will allow the facility to also supply products and services to companies from outside the sector in future. The production facility in Krasnodar is around nine times bigger than the previous factory with a surface area of around 45,000 square meters. Accordingly, the production volume of the plant will increase to up to 2,500 combine harvesters and tractors per year. Out of the eleven production plants operated by CLAAS, this plant is thus ranked in the top four by size. The new Krasnodar plant is currently the most modern production facility for agricultural machinery in Europe.
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