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NordikLED lighting the way for visitors to NutriFair

Modern LED lighting in livestock sheds is good for the working environment, yield and the electricity bill of livestock producers, believes NordikLED, which will be exhibiting at NutriFair in Fredericia. Sales manager Jesper Vadsholt from NordikLED has high expectations of NutriFair, which takes place from 16-17 January at MESSE C Fredericia.

“Partly because business is booming – NordikLED has been incredibly busy providing solutions to livestock producers, for example – and partly because last year’s NutriFair was such a success,” explains Jesper Vadsholt.

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SAC is also choosing NutriFair as its exhibition window

A/S S. A. Christensen from Kolding, one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of milking equipment, is supporting the trade fair for livestock producers in Fredericia

The company A/S S. A. Christensen & Co. in Kolding has been part of the milking equipment industry for 80 years. For half of that time, the way the company has prioritised exhibitions in Denmark has remained the same. 

But the company is now increasing its involvement and is also choosing NutriFair in Fredericia as an exhibition window.

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DLG welcomes you to NutriFair

The farm supply group is exhibiting at the trade fair for livestock producers at its new "home" in Fredericia. Excavators are in full swing, preparing the plot of DLG’s coming head office in Fredericia, which will be the workplace for about 300 employees once it opens in mid-2020.

But before the new buildings are ready, you can also meet this major farm supply group in Fredericia, when NutriFair – the trade fair for livestock producers – opens its doors at MESSE C in just two months.

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Companies are lining up to get on the list of exhibitors for what will be the eighth edition of the trade fair for livestock producers, in January 2019. This means that 90 per cent of the number of stands we had at the 2018 fair have already been booked.Kronborg adds that work on sales will of course continue before and after the summer break, to ensure that visiting professionals are met by as wide a variety of exhibitors as possible.

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A new partnership involving NutriFair, BioenergiMAGASINET, Aalborg University and others aims to “raise the bar” at the Bioenergy fair to an even higher level.

Sustainable energy, including biomass, plays an increasingly important role in our society’s conversion from fossil fuels to green energy and a wide range of bioenergy stakeholders and exhibitors has already shown interest in the interlinking of NutriFair and a bioenergy fair. 

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