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Top NZ dairy technology goes on show in China

Top NZ dairy technology goes on show in China

For dairy operators in China looking to build new dairy complexes, leading dairy technology innovator Waikato Milking Systems and herd management technology company Afimilk offer total milking solutions.

Whether dairy companies in China’s growing dairy industry want a whole new large-scale milking system, or high-technology products to get more out of their existing milking system, these two companies have the expertise to deliver results. The companies will have a joint display at the World Dairy Expo in Xi’an in China on 13 to 15 June 2014.

“If you’re looking to make a long-term commitment to dairy farming, Waikato Milking Systems’ rotary system combined with Afimilk herd management technology is the best long-term investment. Working together with Afimilk, we provide total milking solutions that provide outstanding results for large-scale intensive milking operations,” Waikato Milking Systems Chief Executive Dean Bell says.

“Our products are known for innovation, reliability and performance. They are also robust and durable, reducing the long-term cost of maintenance. All our products work together to deliver powerful results. Big herds need powerful products.”

The products are simple to use while delivering outstanding results – ideal for companies setting up new dairy operations. The technology is designed to save dairy operators time, money and labour and all the products work together to add value to any dairy business.

Waikato Milking Systems designs and manufactures an extensive range of milking machines, platforms and high-technology products that integrate to make milking easier and faster. Their innovative products bring outstanding benefits including greater efficiency and improved milk quality.

The ultimate in rotary platforms designed and manufactured by Waikato Milking Systems is the Centrus - a world-leader in extra strong and lightweight platforms. The Centrus is five times stronger and 80% lighter than concrete – meaning less weight on the drive gear so less maintenance and other benefits. The most popular concrete rotary platform from Waikato Milking Systems is the exceptional Orbit concrete rotary platform - sought after by farmers for its reliability and durability.

For dairy companies interested in the best herd management technology in the world, Afimilk’s automation system is unbeatable. It provides top quality milking data, including fat and protein, and improves animal health monitoring. Afimilk technology integrates extremely well with Waikato Milking Systems rotary solutions.

Flagship products on show at the combined Afimilk and Waikato Milking Systems’ stand at the World Dairy Expo in China will include a segment of a large-scale and robust concrete rotary milking system, and herd management technology.

Waikato Milking Systems is a 100% New Zealand owned company and works in partnership with global herd management technology leader Afimilk on many international projects.

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