EmTech has been exhibiting at many shows across the world this year. We have showcased our products here in the UK, taken the EmTech Effect to Japan, Australia and, most recently, to Indonesia.
Exhibiting is very important to EmTech, not only to spread the word of the EmTech Effect and promote our extensive product range in new markets but also to meet up with longstanding friends and forge new lasting relationships.
The British Pig and Poultry Fair, UK
Between the 15th-16th May, EmTech exhibited at the British Pig and Poultry Fair taking place at Stoneleigh, Warwickshire in the UK.
EmTech first exhibited at the fair two years ago and a lot has happened since then. For example, we have now completed many installations in the UK and worldwide to date.
This year’s fair was focused on our system’s upgrades. At EmTech, we pride ourselves on our ability to offer many of the features that we build into our systems as standard as upgrades. In doing so, customers can improve upon any existing systems, updating them to the newest standard for a fraction of the cost of a new machine.
One of the upgrades that we showcased was our fan board assembly upgrade, which has proven popular amongst our customer base. This highly effective upgrade significantly improves the setter temperature bandwidth, resulting in a marked increase in performance of hatch and chick quality.
Coming to the British Pig and Poultry fair, we are reminded of the incredible support that we have received from our UK customer base. Having supported us from the very start, the fair was a chance not only to showcase our products but to say thank you to our UK customers.
It was fantastic to see so many of our customers at the fair and we look forward to the next show.
The International Poultry and Pig Show 2018, Japan
Last week, on the 30th May – 1st June, EmTech also exhibited at The International Poultry and Pig Show (IPPS) in Nagoya, Japan. IPPS is the only large-scale show in Japan that specialises in animal husbandry and management.
This year, John Russell, EmTech’s Sales and Business Development was representing EmTech alongside our Japanese agents, Yamamoto.
The show was a great success. EmTech had the pleasure of meeting many of Japan’s leading broiler and breeding companies. Additionally, we also had the chance to introduce the EmTech Effect to a new market, explaining to them how we achieve a near perfect temperature uniformity throughout the entire egg mass.
However, it wasn’t just those who visited our stand who discovered the EmTech effect and its benefits. John lead a seminar outlining the importance of temperature bandwidth and its effect on hatch window. John’s seminar was one of high interest at IPPS, attracting close to 60 attendees!
At EmTech, we believe that a tight temperature bandwidth is the most important criteria for successful incubation, ensuring that all eggs are at the same temperature throughout your machine. Our systems provide a bandwidth of no greater than 0.6°C within the egg mass. In doing so, all developing embryos experience the same environmental conditions so that they all hatch within a very short hatch window.
PIX Australia, Brisbane, Australia
Most recently, EmTech had the pleasure of exhibiting at PIX Australia, taking place between the 3rd-5th June in Brisbane, Australia.
There was a record attendance to the PIX event, which was fantastically organised by Peter Mathews, Chairman of the PIX committee. Peter is also the Director of Australasian Agricultural Services (AAS), EmTech’s agent in Australasia.
As EmTech’s exclusive agent for Australasia, AAS has progressively grown over the past few years and now currently represent many of the world’s leading poultry equipment suppliers.
This year was the 50th-anniversary event. It was a great success, not only for the high standard of presentations but, also for the level of attendance to the trade stands.
EmTech was represented by Sales Director, Tim Hodgetts at the show and with the help of Peter and the team at AAS, the EmTech Effect officially made its mark.
Over time, we’ve seen great success within the region, especially at Bromley Park Hatcheries in New Zealand.
In September 2017, Bromley Park Hatcheries NZ commissioned the expansion of their hatchery with EmTech equipment. The new expansion utilised our PT12-168 setters and VT192-168 Hatchers. Additionally, the Jamesway tray systems were used in conjunction with the EnviroTech packaged HVAC, incorporating a full heat recovery system, which as a result will allow for huge energy savings to be gained.
The results were better than we ever could have imagined.
An impressive and narrow hatch window, with the total hatch completed within 23 hours!
Due to the incredible results achieved at Bromley Park Hatcheries, we were even more excited to further bring the EmTech Effect to both Australasia and the PIX event.
We would like to thank all those who visited our stand and came to better understand incubation and benefit from the EmTech Effect.
We always enjoy coming to shows and seeing people discover the benefits of the EmTech Effect. However, many of these shows wouldn’t be possible without the help and support of our incredible.
We’d just like to say a huge thank you to both the team at Yamamoto, Peter and the rest of AAS.