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10 February 2014 06:47:06 |Dairy,News,Shows and Events

Best Product award for SAC milking robot

SAC Netherlands, developers of milking equipment for dairy farmers, was awarded Best Product at the Agrofarm exhibition Moscow for its Futureline MAX milking robot.
Today, SAC is represented in more than 65 countries around the world by importers with their own network of distributors and technicians responsible for sales, installation and service.
The official ceremony took place in Moscow where SAC officially received an award from the Russian exhibition committee at Agrofarm Moscow.
The Minister for Food, Agriculture & Fisheries of Denmark, Mr. Dan Joergensen, participated together with the Russian Commitee to congratulate SAC. Mrs. Oksana Lunderskov, the Regional Sales Manager of SAC, received the award and thediploma.
The SAC milking robot RDS Futureline MAX has received the ‘AgroFarm Best Product Award’.
The RDS Futureline MAX robot is recognized to be the best product in the category to work in and under Russian conditions on small and large farms.
Just in 2013 SAC started up its own office and company in Russia with its own staff. During the past 10 years, SAC hasinstalled more than 600 larger milking systems all over Russia. SAC sells full-line milking equipment, from tie-up stalls, Side-By-Side systems and rotaries to milking robots with the up-to-date Total Integrated Management system, called TIM.
Across Europe, SAC has an established network of distributors, and the company is presently represented in almost every EU country. The company has also been represented in Asia for many years and has gradually built up a considerable market share in that part of the world.


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