Construction and engineering company Rauta presented advanced technical solutions for the construction of farming buildings to agriculture businesses at the largest agricultural exhibition AGRO 2016.
AGRO 2016 is a specialized exhibition, and Rauta decided to “come” to farmers with ready-made offers beneficial for the development of their business instead of making a general presentation. The company prepared a standard pricing policy for model livestock farm buildings constructed using galvanized light gauge steel framing technology.
Rauta’s facades and design products are not relevant for agriculture, therefore, in the category of components, the company focused on sandwich panels made specifically for the agriculture and food industries: economy class panels AgriPro, panels with food safe laminated surface and stainless steel lining for the food industry, Csafe coating resistant to animals’ waste products, special panels for refrigerators and freezers with a complex lock configuration, including airtight panels Energy. A booth for roofing and wall sandwich panels was additionally organized to display the listed special offers.
The event traditionally took place at the VDNKh exhibition center in the pavilions and on a large open area. Vehicles and bulky equipment took the major area of the exposition, while booths of construction companies and related businesses were located in indoor pavilion No. 9a.
Thanks to individual approach during the exhibition, Rauta established a dialogue with more than 100 potential customers and held several talks. The visitors showed particular interest in product samples and prices for universal buildings for poultry and pig farms, hangars for vehicles and the special Agro-3 series for dairy farms with a roof slope increased to 40%, a roof monitor and light strips.
According to the organizer, AGRO 2016 was the largest exhibition in recent years in terms of the number of participants and visitors. The premises with an area of 25,000 square meters hosted more than 1,200 companies from 15 countries. Some 53,000 guests, including delegates from 17 countries, visited the exhibition over four days.