Quinte Landtechnik

History

Quinte Landtechnik

Quality has one name

1913
Establishment of the agricultural contracting service by Heinrich Quinte senior. The first machines were a stationary threshing mill and a steam engine.

1960-1976
Development of contracting with Claas combines by Robert Quinte senior.

1976

After Robert Quinte's early death, his son Heinrich took over the business.
In the 80s and 90s, he developed this into a nationally recognized agricultural service company.


1995

The brothers Heinrich, Robert and Stefan Quinte start buying / selling used agricultural machinery.These are repaired in their own workshop. Of course, the combine harvesters are under one roof!

 

2000
From 2000, the specialisation in only harvesting machinery. Employees receive targeted training.

It develops: Quality has a name - Quinte agricultural technology.

The high quality is now very much appreciated by customers from Germany, Europe and other continents.

2017

The 1000th combine harvester is delivered.

 

Our latest offers

Claas Lexion 450

Year of manufacture: 2000
Engine time: 2730
Operating hours: 1840
Price: on request

Claas Lexion 460 Evolution

Year of manufacture: 2003
Engine time: 2400
Operating hours: 1422
Price: on request

Claas V540

Year of manufacture: 2003
Engine time:
Operating hours:
Price: on request

Claas Lexion 660

Year of manufacture: 2014
Engine time: 1600
Operating hours: 1000
Price: on request

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