The Claas plant in Krasnodar plans to export its products to Japan and China
The Claas agricultural machinery plant in Krasnodar plans to start delivering its products to Japan and China in 2022, as well as to increase exports to the EU countries. The General Director of the enterprise, Ralph Bendish, told about it.
The company plans to bring the total export figures to 20%. Next year, a test batch of 15 combines will be delivered to China, and exports to Japan and Turkey will also begin. Supplies to the EU countries will increase significantly.
According to SPARK-Interfax, CLAAS LLC was registered in 2003. The company produces machinery and equipment for agriculture and forestry. In 2020, the company's net profit amounted to 2.4 billion rubles.
Based on materials from TASS Russian Information Agency