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CLAAS Harvest Centre and HARDI Australia team up04/09/2018
HARDI Australia, a subsidiary of international sprayer specialist HARDI International, today announced a new partnership with CLAAS Harvest Centres in Western Australia. The arrangement will see HARDI’s range of self-propelled sprayers receive leading distribution across the Western wheatbelt.
CLAAS Harvest Centres are owned by the Landpower Group, one of the largest privately owned farm machinery distribution network in Australasia. The network prides itself on being brand agnostic – citing the freedom to offer customers machinery brands that are acknowledged leaders in their field.
“This is a great deal for WA farmers,” said HARDI Australia’s National Sales Manager, Linden Forbes. “Landpower are specialists in broadacre solutions and both organisations share the same values and are driven by a commitment to deliver what’s best for the customer, not just a brand.”
HARDI’s self propelled broadacre sprayers will complement the CLAAS Harvest Centres product offering which include their LEXION combines, CLAAS tractor range, SEED HAWK air seeders, Scorpion Telehandlers, and AMAZONE fertiliser spreading equipment.
“Being represented by CLAAS Harvest Centre recognises that HARDI Australia offers market-leading self-propelled sprayers for Western Australia Australian broad acre conditions, thanks to our local production and a global decision to specialise exclusively in plant protection,” added Mr Forbes.
With outlets in Esperance, Katanning, Northam and Geraldton, CLASS Harvest Centres will sell and support HARDI self-propelled machines from 01 October 2018.