Claas

Model: Elios 220
Year: 2015
Hours: Under 50 Hours
Type: Agricultural Tractor
Specific Equipment: Fitted with Claas FL60c front end loader
Condition: As New Condition
Price: Contact Tel No 01497 847623
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Spare Parts Specials

BREAKING FOR SPARE PARTS :-

 
KRONE GREEN HARVEST MACHINERY PARTS

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Telephone 01497 847623 for availability

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Parts & Service

In our parts department we have a wide range of parts to suit modern day farming needs. We stock a comprehensive range of parts which we are Main Suppliers for.


Our Main Supplies as follows

Claas, Krone, Teagle, Bomford, Chillton, Albutt, Bailey, Conor, Foster, Greencrop (Slurry, Dirty Water Equipment & Irrigation Equipment), Maschio, Opico, Ritchie, West, Wrag, Yamaha, Sparex, Granit & Enduramax.

Oils, Grease, Batteries and General Sundries


Service

We have our own servicing and repair workshop with fully qualified technicians with many years of experience, offering on farm repairs and servicing. We have had many years of experience with the ATV market. Please call us with your requirements


Transport

Delivery is made by our own transport to on our own lorry.

We have found by delivering with our own transport we are able to instruct the customer with the correct operation and also the correct documentation for the machine they have just purchased.

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New Tractors, Machinery, & ATV's

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We have a Range of New Machinery in stock.
Please contact us for details.
You can see from the links below we have a wide range of suppliers, please select the manufacturers logo below to see what new machines are available with details & specifications.
 
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Home

Rees Agri Equipment Ltd is a family business run by husband & wife Brian, Ann & son James Rees.

Brian & Ann both come from farming backgrounds and have lived in the village of Erwood for many years. James & his wife Amanda live in Buith Wells with their three children Bryony Aled & Rhydian.

Brian worked for other machinery dealerships in the past as a Mechanic, Stores Manager & then Salesman before starting his own business Rees Agri Equipment in March 1989

He had one van where he travelled around farms repairing ,servicing, selling spare parts also selling tractors & machinery for agricultural manufacturers

In 1993 four years later Rees Agri Equipment purchased a premises in Three Cocks, Nr Brecon, James then thirteen had on weekends & holidays helping his dad and wanted to become a machanic the new dealership was to provide the room, needed to expand the business & also to help secure a future for James in the family run business.

We opened our Three Cocks dealership in September of 1993 with the opportunity to provide more for our existing cutomers and the hope of attracting new customers as well.

In 1999 we were offered the Renault Tractor Franchise and this we held until 2004. Then with the accusition of Renault Tractors by Claas UK, we became Claas Main Dealers for Tractors and Harvest Machinery as we are today.

Brian now has his own sales office (no van) Ann is in the accounts office (also cheif tea/coffee maker) James is in the Service Manager/Sales office.

Rees Agri Equipment Ltd has grown over the years in ways we could not have dreamed of, but is still a family run business offering a friendly efficent sevice and years of experience to farmers. We are big enough to cope and small enough to care.

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