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3 February 2004 00:00:00|Machinery and Equipment,News

Colour change completes integration of Kleine brand into Kverneland portfolio


A revised brand name and a new colour scheme now adorns the former blue-liveried Kleine precision drill range for 2004. It is a move that finally completes the integration of Kleine drills into the Kverneland Group¹s UK portfolio.
While remaining technically unchanged for 2004, the Unicorn and Multicorn precision drill models will now be branded Rau-Kleine, and will be finished in Rau¹s distinctive red and yellow livery.
"This move adds further commitment to simplifying and strengthening our strategy of providing two distinctive brands within our portfolio," explains David Furber, Kverneland UK¹s sales manager for Vicon and Rau equipment.
"While the red-liveried Vicon brand continues to focus closely on the needs of predominantly grass-based customers, the red and yellow liveried Rau brand is becoming more and more bespoke for those involved in arable operations," he says.
The Rau-Kleine range includes Unicorn beet drills from 6-18 rows and Multicorn maize drills from 4-12 rows, with sales, service and parts supply continuing to be distributed through the extensive Vicon dealer network.
Unicorn models can be equipped with mechanical or electric drive seed placement, while the Multicorn variants can be equipped with the synchro-drive electric seeding system for precision placement.
Both drills can be use used on conventional seedbeds, mulch and no-till systems, with prices starting at £6820 for a four-row Multicorn and £8315 for a six-row Unicorn.

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