FarmGEM is backing the second annual Midlands Machinery Show after hailing last year’s inaugural event as a ‘huge success’.
The company, which supplies an engineered range of crop sprayers, was the first to put its name down back in 2014 and is expecting this year’s Show on 25 and 26 November to be even bigger and better.
FarmGEM will be housed in the George Stephenson Hall and will have the largest space to showcase a number of their new models of mounted and de-mounted sprayers.
The Diamond 3000 Trailed Sprayer, the FSE 1600 Mounted Sprayer, a FT1400 front mounted tank and also small amenity machines will be present for visitors and customers to view.
Sales and marketing director, Cliff Buck, said: “It is great to be back at the show, it is obviously a very new event, but it is successful and already has a great reputation.
“We were the first company to put our names down on the list last year and we felt it was important that we showed our support again in 2015.
“Being based in Southwell we wanted to show our commitment as it is an emerging show on our doorstep. It is a great event for us and it is important for our company to be involved.”
“We like the show as it is a good place to network, meet people, potential customers and find sale leads and promote the FarmGem brand.
“As everyone knows the market is tough at present and we are all under pressure. That’s just the nature of the agricultural business.”
FarmGEM specialise in crop sprayer machines that are manufactured with a high range of quality, strength and ease of use.
The company, which was founded in 2009, dedicates itself to supplying an engineered range of sprayers through specialist distributers providing excellent products and service support.
It has entered its seventh year of growth and has machine manufactured across Europe.
Visitors to the Midlands Machinery Show will be able to choose from a programme of technical seminars which will see industry experts discuss relevant issues.
Awards for the best trade stands will also be taking place including Best Agricultural Stand, Best Overall Stand and Best Non Machinery Stand.
Visitor entry and parking is free. Trade space will remain available until the close of booking for the catalogue on 30 October 2015.
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