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Van der Vlist: A perfect combination

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Van der Vlist: A perfect combination

During our longstanding business relationship with Claas, which has lasted for more than 35 years, we have transported a great number of their large agricultural machines, but we also offer transport solutions for their smaller machines such as balers and tractors. Our new combi trailers with a total floor length of almost 16 metres allow us to transport 3 or even 4 Claas balers or tractors on one load.

Combining cargo is easier with this new equipment and allows us to offer more cost effective and efficient transport solutions not only to Claas but to all of our customers.

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