At the French agricultural fair SIMA in Paris this week Tempo number 1000 was handed over to the French farmer Mr Pauly Michel.
Since its launch in 2013, Väderstad has manufactured and delivered 1000 Tempo machines to its customers. One of the key features and the background for this success is the pressurized seed transport, PowerShoot and the control system Väderstad E-Control. A control system, which means that the farmer controls the machine wirelessly with an iPad.
From left, Chairman of the Board Crister Stark, who hands over Tempo 1000 to Mr. Pauly Michel. Followed by Väderstad France acting Sales Director Francois Doisy and Sales and Marketing Director Matthias Hovnert at Väderstad
“The precision planter Tempo is very unique in the marketplace with its high precision at very high speed. Many of our customers have had a great success with Tempo and we were very proud to present Tempo No. 1000 Sima”, says Crister Stark at Väderstad.
It took six years for Väderstad to develop the precision planter Tempo intended for crops such as corn, sunflower and sugar beet.