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CLAAS is a family business founded in 1913 by August and his brothers Franz and Theo Claas. The company strategy has been oriented towards innovation from the very start. Since it’s founding CLAAS has become a world-renowned brand in farming, and a market leader in agricultural machinery. CLAAS has been imported into South Africa through a facilitated partnership with Kempston Agri since 2013.

CLAAS is a family business founded in 1913 by August and his brothers Franz and Theo Claas. The company strategy has been oriented towards innovation from the very start. Since it’s founding CLAAS has become a world-renowned brand in farming, and a market leader in agricultural machinery. CLAAS has been imported into South Africa through a facilitated partnership with Kempston Agri since 2013.

Kempston Agri

How we started...

Kempston Agri was established after the Kempston Group was selected by CLAAS as their new importing partner for SADC countries; one of the world's leading manufacturers of agricultural engineering equipment.

We have since secured our competitive position in Africa's evergrowing agricultural machinery market and are importers and distributors of CLAAS, Agrisem, Geringhoff and MX agricultural machinery and parts for South Africa, Zambia, Mozambique and Botswana.

Our complete product range comprises of combines harvesters, tractors, forage harvesting machinery, telehandlers and a large range of parts.

The Kempston Agri head office operates out of East London with its Distribution Centre in Port Elizabeth and a Parts Warehouse in Johannesburg.