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Agrilamp Expands Global Network in 2013

10 January 2013, at 8:46am

GLOBAL - After a successful show at EuroTier, Agrilamp will be expanding its global network in 2013.

Agrilamp has established itself as the specialists in designing and manufacturing LED lighting for agricultural market. With distribution across Europe and North America, Agrilamp is now expanding into the Middle East, Australasia and South America.

In November 2012, Agrilamp attended Poultry India as part of the efforts towards global expansion. A range of products to suit the Indian market and the Asian subcontinent is now ready. Agrilamp will be exhibiting in VIV ASIA (Bangkok) and AGRA ME (Dubai) in March 2013.

Over the years, Agrilamp has championed poultry lighting technology with a range of state-of-the-art LED lighting products. Agrilamp will be continuing to develop its global vision to share its success with the Asian and South American markets. It is our mission in 2013 to cater for the poultry industry in emerging markets through the transfer of knowledge and technologies that Agrilamp has acquired in poultry lighting.

IPPE 2013, Atlanta

Please visit the company's booth in Hall B, Stand No. 3811. You can also email info@agrilamp.com to pre-arrange meetings during the show.

Agrilamp will be exhibiting at the International Poultry Expo (IPPE) 2013 in Atlanta to support the existing distributor, Vencomatic Inc, in North America. At the exhibition, the company will be showcasing some of the exciting new products that will be available to its customers in North America in 2013, including 30W Broiler lamp and AG Armature.

At this year's show, Agrilamp will be placing special emphasis on South American visitors. Agrilamp will be holding a series of meetings, answering questions and providing product information, in order to understand the market in South America and to establish how best Agrilamp can serve the needs of poultry industry in the region.