Turkmenistan, Ashkhabad, Jan 2 /Trend H.Hasanov/
German company Claas has supplied another batch of combine harvesters which includes 270 farm machines to the Turkmen market, the newspaper Neutral Turkmenistan said.
A number of service centres operate throughout the country and the article says the machinery is well adapted to local soil and climatic conditions. The specially designed machines will be used to harvest wheat and rice.
A special course is taking place at Turkmenistan's agricultural universities to study the technology of the Claas Company's equipment. Multimedia equipment for teaching, the key nodes of combines and other farm machinery, models of the most high-tech elements of their equipment are being presented.
Claas is recognised as a world leader in the manufacture of agricultural machinery. The company was founded in 1913 and manufactures a wide range of equipment.
The company has been actively working in Turkmenistan since 2007 and has supplied many popular machines, such as balers in addition to tractors and combines.