Equipped for the harvest – New combine harvester for contractor Veltmann
Rheine – The contractor Veltmann from Rheine, in North-Rhine Westphalia, recently took delivery of a brand new CLAAS Lexion combine harvester. Consequently, the company is well prepared for the upcoming grain harvest.
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- Celebratory handover of the new CLAAS Lexion 660 to the Veltmann family
"The new 6-straw walker combine harvester is equipped with all technical refinements," explains salesman Christian Schulte when handing over the machine to the customer. "Be it the LASER PILOT steering system, yield measurement, working lights with LED headlamps and much, much more: the new combine meets every requirement."
The window for the harvest is very narrow and the working days are long, which is why a contractor always has to be more powerful, explains Andre Ahrends, manager for the Emsbüren branch, who was also present at the handover. With its 7.70 m wide Vario cutterbar and 11,000 l grain tank, the new combine meets the high demands in any case, continues Ahrends.
"With these convenience features we can also easily manage long working days," says Werner Veltmann, the new owner of the Claas Lexion. To ensure that the delight regarding the new machine continues even outside of the harvest season, the Veltmann family also received a model of the combine from Christian Schulte.
AGRAVIS Technik BvL wishes Veltmann all the best with its new combine!