After another busy exhibition in Amsterdam, ATi are back on English soil following another opportunity-packed event.
Many market leading experts attended, presenting some of the sector’s finest instrumentation and innovative ideas, collaboratively providing an international knowledge exchange centre.
The ATi booth was filled with interested visitors throughout the week from all over the world, including the USA, Asia and most of Europe, and we are still in the process of following up on all the exciting business prospects.
Being in Europe some of ATi’s Spanish, French and German partners also came by to catch up on their latest business objectives, discuss the successes of the year gone by and what is planned for the year ahead.
During our time at Aquatech, ATi also received further recognition for our award winning NephNet continuous battery powered, portable turbidity monitor. Our European Sales Manager, Garry Tabor, was presented with an Innovation rosette to acknowledge it’s groundbreaking work.
Distribution network monitoring is currently a key theme in Europe too, chlorine more so than turbidity, so it was a great opportunity to discuss the on-going developments and plans for ATi’s NephNet and ChlorNet monitors.
It was also a great opportunity for us to see some nice new technology, including a small footprint LED based UV 254 sensor.
With a record number of attendees, 859 exhibitors and 18,411 visitors from 139 countries, the quality of who visited the ATi stand was good. Almost everyone who stopped by had a question relating to a real application and were genuinely seeking a solution, or were interested in representing our company in their countries.
Aquatech 2015 was a well organised show during civilised hours, which allowed us time to entertain clients in the evening and the 10am start allowed some time for rest!
ATi had a great time, not only at the exhibition hall, but exploring the fantastic city and enjoying nice food in the evenings with our customers.
Amsterdam is a perfect exhibition city with great public transport, good food options, culturally diverse and always entertaining!