We live in a connected world. With a few keystrokes, almost any bit of information can be found, from an old friend to a new one. Although online connections are resourceful, talking with people on the web is no substitute for face-to-face networking.
Attending a trade show isn’t just about getting out of the office for a few days (although that is a great bonus), it’s about making connections with peers in the industry. At a trade show, all the interests are the same and the people have a common bond. Being able to share ideas and solutions directly related to your business offers prospective customers and exhibitors a wealth of knowledge they might not have gotten elsewhere. The bonus is being able to bring the right services and products to the right customers.
At Cyclonaire, we know the importance of connecting with our customers; that’s why we hope that you will visit us at this year’s American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association (ASLRRA) event. Held in Orlando, FL, this event brings together leaders from short line and regional railroads, industry experts, and manufacturers for education, exhibition, and networking.
The ASLRRA 2015 Connections event is the only exhibition in America that is dedicated to the short line and regional railroad industry. The exhibition hall is open from Sunday afternoon to Monday evening (March 29-30).
As a leading manufacturer of top-quality pneumatic conveying equipment and systems, our company partners with each customer to maximize their operations and meet all their needs. We have extensive experience and products that serve the railroad industry for a variety of applications.
At ASLRRA 2015, Cyclonaire will be exhibiting material handling products such as:
- Bulk containers
- Railcar loading and unloading
- Fueling platforms
- Traction control for locomotive sanding
Our booth number is 804, and we hope you will stop by and see all of our outstanding products. Feel free to ask Dan Otoupal and John Byrne any questions—our team loves a challenge and solving new problems.