- Customer Support Executive
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- Import and Export Sales Manager
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FormFlex/Metazet and M-Products introduce Fresh Ideas at Cultivate'14
Two products of FormFlex/Metazet and M-Products, The M-Transport and the WaterWick wall are selected for the Fresh Ideas display. The Fresh Ideas display gives companies with a new and innovative ‘Fresh Idea’ the opportunity to show their product. Fresh Ideas are located across from the escalators.
One of our Fresh ideas is the Waterwick wall. This is a new innovative self-watering system for potted plants, developed by Costa, Visser and M-products. It allows the plant to wick up water through a string, from a water reservoir in the bottom of the pot to its roots.
Creating a green wall is a new possibility for the WaterWick System. This carefree wall, and the rest of the system, could be used indoors as well as outdoors. The water is pumped up and runs down like a waterfall. This allows potted plants and herbs to wick up water through the string. In this way the plant will receive the exact amount of water that it needs. The plant will always have access to the water, and will therefore stay strong and healthy.
The second Fresh Idea is the M-Transport. This is a heavy duty Nursery Transport Cart with 4-wheel steering. This offers sharper turning and greater manoeuvrability throughout the greenhouse. The M-Transport is an ideal cart for potted plant growers and plant propagators to easily transport potted and young plants at outside and in inside growing areas. It has a detachable hitch arm that can be used on both ends of the cart, which makes turning on the walkway no longer necessary.
Besides these two innovations at the Fresh Ideas display, FormFlex/Metazet and M-products exhibit at booth number 659. There you can find our new Virto and Virto S, two electric stand up trikes that present a save and quick personal transportation around the greenhouse. Also shown is our well known hanging basked system, with a new wireless control panel. The first 55 Hanging Basked Systems with this new wireless control panel have already been sold to Metrolina greenhouses.
There are M-Trikes, M-Trucks, M-Trans and M-Tracks, all different electric carts and logistical systems for transporting products in the greenhouse.
We are ready for a great exhibition and would like to welcome you at the FormFlex/Metazet and M-Products booth, number 659 at the Cultivate’14, from July 12-15, 2014 in Columbus, Ohio.
For more information
FormFlex/Metazet North America
4640 Falletta Court
Beamsville, ON L0R 1B4
Phone: +1 (905) 563-0031
Fax: +1 (905) 563-0311
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