Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Power Farming takes out Supreme Site at Fieldays 

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Agri-machinery provider notches up win as it celebrates 75th year.
The Power Farming team took out both the Supreme Site and the Best Outdoor Site Large awards at this year’s Fieldays.
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Located at the bottom of Gate 2 hill at site V20, with a blue and red site that was hard to miss with its polished machinery, eye-catching signage and dapper-looking team, sat the 2023 winner of the Fieldays Supreme Site award, Power Farming.

The judge’s assessment was based on agri-machinery exhibitor Power Farming going above and beyond to provide an exceptional user experience for visitors to their site.  

Judges also measured its overall attractiveness, innovative site design, recognisable branding and a clear focus on customer service.

This year marks a significant milestone for Power Farming as it celebrates its 75th year in business, with an exhibit at Fieldays for 53 of those years.

The entire team sported workwear in the style worn by their predecessors, emphasising the company’s rich history.

David Natzke, key accounts and sales manager and co-ordinator of the Fieldays Site Awards, said it was great to see that the entire site had been designed around the history and story of the three-generation family business and its loyal customer base. 

CEO Tom Ruddenklau emphasised how important tradition is to the company.

“Hosting and celebrating our customer base with good old-fashioned authentic hospitality was at the forefront of every decision made about the site build, “ he said.

The other Fieldays 2023 exhibitors site awards included:

Best Outdoor Site Small less than 200m2 – Podlife

Best Outdoor Site 200m2 to 400m2 – Allflex/MSD Animal Health

Best Outdoor Site Large over 400m2 – Power Farming Wholesale Ltd

Best Indoor Site – DairyNZ Limited

Commitment to Sustainability Award – Pure by the Barrelman

Fieldays 2023 Supreme Site Award – Power Farming Wholesale Ltd