Tempo wins prize after prize

Last week Väderstad Tempo won the “Grand Prix” at the international fair of agriculture technology, Techagro in Brno, Czech Republic. The Grand Prix  is awarded for innovative and outstanding technical solutions that will benefit to the agricultural industry. The competition for the best exhibits involved a record one hundred products, thirteen of them won the Grand Prix.

Tempo prize in CZ
Väderstad and Agrall received the prestigious prize thanks to the latest product launch Tempo at Techagro in Czech Republic. From left; Vitek Brzobohaty, Magnus Samuelsson, Linnéa Stark, Josef Travnicek and Martin Hladuvka.

Again, Väderstad Tempo received a prize at an international exhibition. Magnus Samuelsson the area sales manager at Väderstad, says that this is an exciting moment for Väderstad. “We are overwhelmed with the interest that Tempo has received across Europe. Farmers are currently planting with Tempo all over Europe”

Pushing the limits in precision planting

József and Renata Radák
Tempo has been widey tested in Hungary over the last few years, here with the family Radak one of the first owners of a Tempo.

“Precision, speed and capacity were the keywords when we started to develop Väderstad Tempo. To achieve this Väderstad developed a new pressurized seed meter capable of planting corn and sunflower at a very high speed. Tempo is equipped with large seed and fertilizer hoppers giving our customers a machine with unrivalled capacity”. However, Väderstad Tempo is not only about precision, speed and capacity. Through its perfect seed placement, we achieve an even germination giving your crop the best possible start”, says Lars Thylén at Väderstad.

Beyond 110 000 people attended the agricultural, forestry and farming show in Brno making it among the five largest of its kind in Europe, and is naturally number one in the Czech Republic and Central Europe. Exhibitions occupied 13 exhibition halls and all available exhibition space. A record-breaking 755 exhibitors from 20 countries including China and Korea were on display.