Premier Tech partners to better serve the North American agricultural market
Partnership to better serve the Agricultural Market
December 5, 2018 By Canadian Packaging
Premier Tech is proud to announce the partnership between Prairie Engineering – a Premier Tech company – and PETKUS. These two well established companies in the seed, feed and grain industry share a common goal of enhancing client experience by offering innovative solutions with commitment at heart.
Established in Germany since 1852, PETKUS develops, designs, and manufactures in house seed and grain technological concepts. Consistent with Premier Tech’s strategic vision, this business relationship will allow to better serve the North-American agricultural market with equipment worthy of the 4.0 Industry.
Through this partnership, Prairie Engineering – a Premier Tech company becomes the exclusive distributor of PETKUS seed and grain technologies in the U.S. and Canada. Clients of the agricultural field will gain access to a variety of conditioning equipment including Roeber OptoSelector sorting equipments, cleaners, gravity tables and chemical treating while continuing to rely on Prairie Engineering’s proven expertise in the field.
In addition to distributing PETKUS state-of-the-art equipment, Prairie Engineering will oversee service, preventive maintenance and parts for the PETKUS North-American client base.
“This is essentially two companies that are forward thinking coming together to help their customers be successful. PETKUS is renowned for developing fresh approaches to older technologies and Premier Tech carries a long history of innovation. The industry will greatly benefit from this partnership.” Said André Noreau, President of the Premier Tech Industrial Equipment Group.
“This strategic alliance gives us the best approach to bring innovation into North America. It fits our TIES concept: Technology, Innovation, Engineering, Service, perfectly! The relationship allows us to further pursue our goal of Strong Seed and Healthy Grain in one of the world’s most important marketplaces.” Said Mark Scholze, CEO of PETKUS.