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CLAAS Expands Presence in Ontario, Canada

Omaha, NE — CLAAS of America and HJV Equipment recently announced that the dealership has been assigned additional territory in Ontario, Canada. HJV Equipment will be adding a new location in the Ottawa Valley region in the next year.

The agricultural equipment dealership will now be the exclusive dealer for all CLAAS products, including the JAGUAR forager in Eastern Ontario. All of this is in addition to their current location in Alliston, Ontario.

"The expansion will enhance our support to farmers in Ontario," said David Vander Zaag, President of HJV. "It has always been our top priority to provide our CLAAS customers with exceptional customer service, reliable parts inventory and factory-trained service technicians, along with new in-stock units."

HJV Equipment offers the entire North American lineup of CLAAS agricultural equipment along with other product lines to meet the demands of Ontario farmers. Each store features a full stock of parts, a knowledgeable sales team and a complement of skilled technicians. HJV Equipment places a strong emphasis on customer service and strives to build long-term relationships with its local growers.

"HJV Equipment represents what it means to be a long-line CLAAS dealer, and we are excited for their expanded presence in the region," said Torey Hadland, CLAAS Region Director – Canada. "Ontario remains an important market for CLAAS, and with this additional territory, we are able to continue our growth and expand our brand's reach due to their hard work and relationships they've built with growers in the area."

Source : CLAAS

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