Claas expands dealer network in Alberta

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Claas continues to expand its dealer network in Western Canada.

Claas of America and its Alberta Ag Centre flagship dealer marked the opening of a new location in High River on Monday.

After opening locations in Taber and Crossfield in the last two years, the company says the location at High River will feature all Claas products, including combines, forage harvesters, tractors, balers and hay tools.

“We are excited about the opportunity to expand in High River and better serve existing and future Claas customers,” said Jason Wilson, president and CEO of Alberta Ag Centre. “As a long-line manufacturer, Claas is committed to offering superior support and products to its dealer partners, so we can in turn help our growers experience harvesting success.”

Related: Claas Opens First Alberta Dealership With German Partner


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