Seven companies from Northern Ireland exhibited at Fieldays 2016, the largest agribusiness expo in the Southern Hemisphere as part of the Enterprise Ireland showcase.
Farming is Northern Ireland's biggest industry. Skills and knowledge nurtured here are exported worldwide. We are delivering products and services internationally in the area of farm machinery, animal health and nutrition, software and recycling.
Read further information on the companies who exhibited below.
Blaney Agri and Quad-X form part of the Blaney Group of engineering companies, based in Ireland. Blaney Agri's ethos is one of continual improvement and extensive R&D ensures their products are innovative and technically advanced. With their machines developed and tested in the tough terrain and weather conditions of Ireland, the range is well equipped to tackle the toughest of jobs.
Erth Engineering designs and manufactures agricultural machinery. It produces a range of machinery and is the market leader in the UK and Ireland for grass subsoilers and direct disk drills.
Fleming Agri Products has over 150 years of manufacturing experience that has spanned over five generations of the Fleming family. The company is now one of the leading manufacturers of agricultural equipment with a dealer network that covers the British Isles & Ireland, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
Gradeall has been designing, manufacturing and distributing innovative waste recycling equipment since the mid 1980’s. They continually seek to advance their product portfolio using the latest technology to design efficient and cost effective recycling solutions.
Founded in 1976, NC Engineering has grown rapidly to establish itself as a well-known manufacturer of both industrial and agricultural equipment. Located 40 miles southwest of Belfast in Hamiltonsbawn, Co Armagh, Northern Ireland, the firm operates from an 115,000 square foot factory. They presently employ 130 people.
Quad-X forms part of the Blaney Group of engineering companies. Their ethos is one of continual improvement and extensive R&D ensures their products are innovative and technically advanced. With their machines developed and tested in the tough terrain and weather conditions of Ireland, the range is well equipped to tackle the toughest of jobs.
Sixty-5 is an agri-tech software company founded by John Arrell in 2014. John has more than 20 years of experience in the agricultural machinery industry. He set up Sixty-5 out of a passion for mixing farming and technology, and a deep-seated belief that farmers need technology to be easy to use and the data should be there to aid decision support for greater farm profitability.