In 2017 we are investing further in meeting the needs of the agricultural community. As a result we are proud to announce that we will be exhibiting at the Cereals 2017 arable farming event in Lincolnshire in June.
The annual Cereals event is one of the biggest in the agricultural calendar, with over 24,000 attendees. Roughly half of the people who attend Cereals are farm owners and managers. Exhibiting at the event gives us a valuable opportunity to meet farmers, and gain a better understanding of how we can serve this vital sector.
Our time at Cereals 2016 was a great success. We were able to build on our knowledge of the issues that matter most to arable farmers. As we have mentioned in previous posts, one of the biggest issues facing today’s farmers is the need to store chemicals safely. In answer to this problem we will be exhibiting one of our popular secure chemical stores at Cereals 2017.
Our chemical stores are converted shipping containers and match the specification dictated by the Health and Safety executive. Farmers are increasingly under pressure, not just from government departments, but are also being challenged to change the way they store and handle chemicals by the companies they supply. For example, the Tesco ‘Natures Choice’ scheme imposes very specific guidelines for farmers. Our chemical stores are a cost effective, long term solution to the increasing problem of safe and secure chemical storage.
In addition to our chemical stores we also offer new containers for farmers who are interested in diversifying their business by offering self storage.
Consequently we are very much looking forward to meeting with existing customers and meeting some new people at Cereals 2017. If you would like to arrange a meeting during Cereals 2017 or would like to discuss how we can help you now please get in touch by calling us on 0800 121 7388 or emailing us.
Here is what it looked like last year:
Storage Containers at Cereals 2017
So please do come along and see us.
For more information: GET a Quote here or T: 0800 121 7388
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