7 June 2016, 11:23
AS A.K.K., Estonian dealer for LiuGong and LiuGong Dressta Machinery has completed three successful trade-shows in the Baltic States during April by participating at the 24th international agriculture and construction fair Pavasaris 2016 in Latvia, Maamess 2016 in Estonia and Resta 2016 in Lithuania.
In Latvia, around 14,000 visitors arrived to exhibition, many of them – professionals and industry related specialists looking for new equipment, knowledge and ideas how to work more productively.
A.K.K. along with LiuGong joined-up with it’s local business partner do represent 3 LiuGong construction machines - CLG856IV, CLG365B and CLG922E. All LiuGong models were compliant with European CE standards and flattered local customers with it’s strong visible appearance and well-known components. Company gained new contacts and potential customers were invited to the machine’s demonstration show after the exhibition.
Second exhibition was held in Estonia, where every spring thousands of agriculture and construction companies, farmers and customers are gathering to the largest Agricultural fair in the Baltic States - Maamess 2016. This year’s keywords were professional specialists, good weather and cheerful mood! The exhibition has gained popularity year by year and has also expanded in terms of exhibition space, media covering, companies and visitors whereas the visitor number rose by 8.2% compared to the previous year reaching more than 44,260 visitors.
2 LiuGong models, CLG906D and CLG856IV were introduced to the market, which attracted new customers to A.K.K.’s booth.
In addition to the two shows, A.K.K. launched it’s first E-series CLG922E excavator at the 23rd International Exhibition of Construction and Renovation Resta 2016 in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Every event was followed by machine demonstration events where all interested customers could test the machine in action and move mountains with the best! “The objective of combining trade shows with the following demo days is to demonstrate the quality of the products and increase customer confidence of these machines”, explains Mr. Kuus and adds that “it is crucial to make people convinced that switching from well-known brands to a new manufacturer on the market can be beneficial in the long run”.
Source: Branding and Communications