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Locations America

We are wherever our customers are.

Locations America

We are wherever our customers are.

USA

CLAAS of America LLC

CLAAS machines have been harvesting crops in North American fields since the 1950’s. In 1979, CLAAS of America (COA) was officially established in Columbus, Indiana, and a new CLAAS dealer network in North America was born. As business grew, the original CoA facilities were no longer large enough to handle the volume of business in the US and Canada. In 1999, with the emergence of a new combine manufacturing facility in Omaha, Nebraska, the CoA headquarters made the move to Omaha as well. The former CoA headquarters in Columbus were then retooled to become the hub for a growing CLAAS Parts business. The original facility has expanded several times since, including the latest expansion in 2015 which created more than 175,000 square feet of warehouse space.

CLAAS Omaha Ltd.

In 1999, the manufacturing company CLAAS Omaha Ltd. (COL) began as a joint venture between CLAAS and the large American equipment company Caterpillar (CAT) to produce LEXION combine harvesters. In 2002, CLAAS bought out Caterpillar’s share of the business, but continued to produce combines that to this day are sold through Caterpillar dealers, as well as other distribution channels, in the unique yellow and black colors. Additionally, COL has joint responsibility for product development of all CLAAS North American machines.

CLAAS Parts Columbus

The original headquarters for CLAAS of America, has now become the North American distribution hub for CLAAS parts. A recent expansion project, which was completed in 2015, increased the footprint of the US parts distribution center by 75 percent to 175,000 square feet and added 18 shipping and receiving docks. The Columbus facility is strategically located close to the US distribution hubs for FedEx, UPS and DHL to maximize their logistical efficiency.

Contact:

CLAAS of America LLC

8401 South 132nd Street
Omaha, NE 68138
Phone +1 402 861-1000
www.claasofamerica.com

CLAAS Omaha Ltd

8401 South 132nd Street
Omaha, NE 68138
Phone +1 402 861-1000
www.claasofamerica.com

CLAAS Parts Columbus

3030 Norcross Drive
Columbus IN 47202 – 3008
Phone +1 812 342-4441
www.claasofamerica.com

Canada

CLAAS Parts Logistics Centre & CLAAS Academy

Located in the heart of the Canadian small grains market, Regina, Saskatchewan, is the perfect location for the CLAAS Parts Logistics Centre & CLAAS Academy. Here, essential parts for LEXION combines, JAGUAR forage harvesters and other CLAAS equipment are warehoused for efficient distribution to Canadian CLAAS dealers and farmers. This facility also services as a training academy for service techs, dealers and farmers who want to learn more about advanced CLAAS equipment.

CLAAS Parts Logistics Centre & CLAAS Academy

1850 Stock Road
Regina, SK S4N 5J3
Phone +1-306-565-2364