The AAPA Conference – a Success for More than a Few

All the Data, All the Time
It was a well-run event and great to be a part of this growing Conference. We were very humbled by the number of people visiting our stand and the amazing feedback we had about our 404 Family of products.

We now have on-site demonstrations booked from the Far North, all the way to Tasmania (is that even a part of Australia?). So, we are really happy with the results of our attending this conference. For those that expressed an interest, but have not booked a demo, please feel free to reply to this email and let us know so we can include you in our tour of Aussie over the coming months and go through how our 404 Family of Controls can upgrade the efficiency and profitability of your plant.

Anyway, on to the announcement you’ve all been waiting for. The winner of the big telly. For those who aren’t sure what I’m talking about, we ran a little competition during the conference asking people to load out exactly 10 tonnes of asphalt using the LC404. In the end only 13 people managed to weigh out the exact amount, with some trying 5+ times to get the correct load! The winner of a 40” TV was Sal Ekanayake from Vic Roads. Congrats Sal … what would look great on that TV would be our LC404 software. I know where you can get a licence … ?

Free Guide: Optimising Your Asphalt Plant

Free Guide: Optimising Your Asphalt Plant

SWITCHING UP OUR SERVICE

SWITCHING UP OUR SERVICE

SOLUTIONS, SUPPORT, AND SERIOUSLY GOOD SERVICE

SOLUTIONS, SUPPORT, AND SERIOUSLY GOOD SERVICE

Is your legacy asphalt plant increasing your health and safety risks?

Is your legacy asphalt plant increasing your health and safety risks?

TRANSFORMING OPERATIONS IN TIMARU

TRANSFORMING OPERATIONS IN TIMARU

Kicking it Up a Notch on SH3 with N2P Controls

Kicking it Up a Notch on SH3 with N2P Controls

Parkburn Quarry Takes Control with QC404

Parkburn Quarry Takes Control with QC404

Paving the Way to Sustainability: Cutting Carbon in Asphalt Production

Paving the Way to Sustainability: Cutting Carbon in Asphalt Production

Loading...