Horsch will be returning to the annual Midlands Machinery Show this November.
The Bourne based company will be bringing its two most popular sowing and cultivation products, Pronto DC and Joker RT, to be displayed at the show on 25 and 26 November.
The Midlands Machinery Show, of which Agri Machinery News is a sponsor, is now in its second year and continues to grow.
Horsch general manager Stephen Burcham said: “We were at the show last year and it was great for us and we feel it’s important to have a presence there again.
“With 5,000 in attendance last year and hopefully more potential this year, it’s an important event for us and one we strategically want to be a part of.
“We had some excellent feedback last year and plenty of enquiries which is key to our business in our most quiet period year.
“The show is becoming recognised as a great place to get in the eye-line of potential customers, meet existing traders and network with key innovators in the industry. We feel it is certainly worth attending.”
The event expects to have between 150 to 160 stands over the two days and trade space is running out fast.
George Taylor, show manager, said: “We are excited that we are attracting high calibre clientele such as Horsch again to the show.
“Horsch is a huge company who deal with businesses all over Europe, so we are obviously delighted to welcome them back.
“We hope to exceed the number of traders and exhibitors from last year’s event, with indoor space being very close to selling out – we are now almost full in our third exhibition hall. The deadline for entries is at the end of October, so we encourage companies to book now and avoid disappointment.”
Visitors 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.
For more trade information and to book trade space please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website www.midlandsmachineryshow.com