Kramer debuted its 6m-9m telehandler line in the firm’s new livery of green/silver at the Royal Cornwall Show. This latest development comes as a direct result of the termination of the 12-year agreement between Kramer and Claas, whereby all Kramer’s 6m+ telehandlers were sold into agricultural markets worldwide through the Claas distribution network, in Claas colours and under the Scorpion product name. That agreement ended on June 1st.  Going forward, Kramer will now sell its green/silver handlers into farming through its own dealer network, while Claas will market an all-new Liebherr-built family of machines, which are due to be launched at Agritechnica in November. The Kramer model on display on the Devon/Cornwall-based Smallridge Bros stand at the Cornwall Show was the 3.5t/7.0m KT357 (better known until now as the Claas Scorpion 7035). Smallridge is one of a number of John Deere dealers who have recently signed up with Kramer — others include the Tallis Amos Group in the Midlands/Wales, the Doubleday Group in Lincs/Norfolk and Netherton Tractors in Scotland — in anticipation of this week’s arrival of the green/silver KT.