Your best bet here is to run two 20A circuits. You might be able to run the saw and collector at the same time on one 20A circuit because they normally operate below their peak power, but you would trip breakers often when cutting through difficult wood.
Your saw requires 13 amps (rounding up) and has a 15 amp plug. The collector needs 11 amps and has a 20 amp plug. Not sure on the plug choices by the manufacturer, but that's what they did. When they are both operating you could have up to 26 amps. That won't trip a circuit breaker immediately, but it won't last very long like that.
You can't run a 30A circuit and put two 20A receptacles on it. General purpose circuits are limited to 20 amps. Since you have a long run, it might make more sense to run something like a 60A service to a sub-panel in your shop for future expansion. There are several other questions here about sub-panels and their wiring.