U.S. Custom Harvesters, Inc. will co-locate its 2013 annual conference at the next AG CONNECT Expo which will be held January 29-31, 2013 at the Kansas City Convention Center in Kansas City, Missouri. The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) owns and produces AG CONNECT Expo.
U.S. Custom Harvesters, Inc. (USCHI) is a professional, non-profit organization based in Hutchinson, Kansas. Members of the organization are primarily individual harvest businesses but also include Associate members such as equipment manufacturers, implement dealers, tire and tool manufacturers, insurance providers, and other support businesses.
Tracy Zeorian, president of USCHI, pointed out that 2013 is a milestone year for USCHI as the organization celebrates its 30-year anniversary.
"We are extremely excited about bringing the USCHI family to Kansas City and to AG CONNECT 2013; in fact, we are planning to sponsor an exhibit pavilion on the show floor. Our members will experience the added benefit of being able to have conversations with senior executives and engineers in addition to their harvest support personnel. I’m certain they’ll appreciate the opportunity to see new harvesting equipment and precision agriculture technologies in one place" Zeorian said.
AEM operates its trade shows for the benefit of participants and has a reputation for delivering measureable value. AEM designed AG CONNECT Expo to be the global trade show in North America for innovative producers and other agribusiness decision makers seeking cutting-edge technology and information.
"The addition of U.S. Custom Harvesters at AG CONNECT Expo 2013 furthers our mission for it to be the gathering place for those committed to innovative agricultural technology," stated Show Director Sara Truesdale Mooney. "With the participation of U.S. Custom Harvesters, AG CONNECT Expo will have even more value to offer exhibitors and attendees coming to the show in January 2013."
About US Custom Harvesters, Inc. – www.uschi.com
U.S. Custom Harvesters, Inc. is an association serving the needs of the American farmer. The organization was established and chartered in 1983 in the State of Texas and serves as a link between harvesters and the many groups of people they work with such as farmers, businesses, and state and federal governments. Membership is primarily individual harvesters such as combine, forage, hay, and cotton; the organization also includes related industry businesses and associations, including equipment manufacturers, implement dealers, tire and tool manufacturers, insurance companies, and advertising entities.