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CLAAS SCORPION 960-732

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Ready for any job.

Getting the right results from your farm is all about professionalisation. The SCORPION, with a powerful, continuously variable drive train, outstanding manoeuvrability and many automatic functions, helps you carry out loading operations safely, conveniently and, above all, quickly.

Retrieving bales, loading and unloading general or free-flowing goods, removing and distributing fodder, lifting pallets and heavy loads, transporting goods, driving active tools, maintaining tracks, clearing snow – there’s more and more to do for telehandlers in agriculture. Especially when they offer such a wide variety of attachments as the SCORPION. As a result, this telehandler can replace up to five specialised machines on your farm.

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South Scotland
Kevin Fraser (Sales Director)
07788 533918
kevin.fraser@jgordon.co.uk
Dumfries
Jordan Duff
07714 524053
jordan.duff@jgordon.co.uk
Central Scotland
Leigh Dalgleish
07386 677344
leigh.dalgleish@jgordon.co.uk
Cumbria & Borders
Darren Nicholson
07909 685618
darren.nicholson@jgordon.co.uk
Wigtownshire
Roger Doherty
07714 524064
roger.doherty@jgordon.co.uk
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