Helmut Claas awarded with Diesel Medal

Helmut Claas, for many years the managing partner of the CLAAS Group, has been awarded the Rudolf-Diesel-Medaille by the German Institute for Inventions (Deutsches Institut für Erfindungswesen) in the category "most successful achievement in the field of innovation".


CLAAS combines high-tech and design

Modern agricultural machines are not just high-tech products – they can also score with their appealing industrial design. This is precisely what CLAAS has proven with two new products...

CLAAS JAGUAR with SHREDLAGE® technology is awarded "Machine of the Year 2017"

At the "Machine of the Year 2017" awards ceremony held at SIMA, CLAAS won the Special Jury Prize for the JAGUAR fitted with SHREDLAGE® crop processing technology.

From the idea to the finished tractor – an action-packed look behind the scenes

How much skill and expertise lies behind a CLAAS tractor? And what development stages does it take to get from the initial idea to the finished high-tech product? This is now revealed on the new CLAAS Tractor website

Tractor cab goes virtual

CLAAS is presenting an interactive user experience at SIMA 2017. The CLAAS Tractor Interactive Guide brings virtual reality and augmented reality into the world of agricultural machines, with clear benefits for the customer.

VARIANT 485 RC PRO round baler from CLAAS awarded “DLG APPROVED” quality mark

After running a comprehensive series of practical tests on the new VARIANT 485 RC PRO round baler from CLAAS, the German Agricultural Society (DLG) has awarded it the highly sought-after “DLG APPROVED” quality mark.

Greater comfort and easy handling

CLAAS unveiled its new series of Stage IV (Tier 4) emissions standard SCORPION telehandlers at Agritechnica 2015, raising the bar on engine performance and comfort.

LEXION Combines Get Trimble Ready

CLAAS and Trimble announced the introduction of a Trimble Ready® machine factory option for CLAAS LEXION combines.

CLAAS presents a new generation of the NEXOS narrow-width tractor

Specialist crops such as wine and fruit or municipal work call for small, manoeuvrable tractors with powerful engines which offer the driver a high level of comfort throughout the working day.

TURN IN from CLAAS makes steering systems even easier to use

During field work without fixed reference points, such as when cultivating or harvesting, it is often difficult to line up with the...