German machinery firm to launch production line in Iran
Baku, Azerbaijan, June 12
By Fatih Karimov – Trend:
German agricultural machinery manufacturer Claas will establish a production line in Iran, Ali Bayat, managing director of Germany-based Phoenix Consulting, said.
An expert delegation from the company will visit Iran in the near future, Bayat said, IRNA news agency reported June 12.
The production line most likely will be established in Bojnourd, the capital city of North Khorasan Province in northeastern Iran, he added.
Bayat said that Claas will manufacture the latest models of its products in Iran.
Founded in 1913, Claas is based in Harsewinkel, Ostwestfalen-Lippe, Germany. Its product range includes combine harvesters, forage harvesters, balers, mowers, rakes, tractors, tedders and other harvesting machines. The company is the world leader in rubber tracked wheel technology for combine harvesters. Claas also has the largest selling self-propelled forage harvester in the world and manufactures a line of tractors.