ARMSTRONG, IOWA, January 28, 2016 – Art’s Way Manufacturing Co., Inc. (NASDAQ: ARTW), a diversified, international manufacturer and distributor of equipment serving agricultural, research, water treatment and steel cutting needs, announces its show schedules for our Agricultural Products, Pressure Vessels, Tools, and Modular Buildings divisions for the 2016 season.
|January 30 – February 3||14th CDC International Biosafety Symposium||Modular Buildings||Atlanta, GA|
|February 2 – 4||Iowa Power Farms Show||Agricultural and Modular||Des Moines, IA|
|February 9 – 11||World Ag Expo||Agricultural and Modular||Tulare, CA|
|February 10 – 11||National Farm Machinery Show||Agricultural Products||Louisville, KY|
|February 17 – 19||Texas Branch Meeting||Modular Buildings||Arlington, TX|
|February 25 – 27||New York Farm Show||Agricultural and Modular||Syracuse, NY|
|March 16 – 17||International Sugarbeet Show||Agricultural Products||Grand Forks, ND|
|March 17 – 20||World of Modular||Modular Buildings||San Diego, CA|
|April 16 – 18||Industrial Supply Association||Tools||Chicago, IL|
|April 20 – 22||LAMA Meeting||Modular Buildings||Cape Coral, FL|
|April 29 – May 1||AALAS District 6 Meeting||Modular Buildings|
|May 24 – 26||2016 Turnkey Conference||Modular Buildings||Washington DC|
|June 6 – 9||2016 APHL Conference||Modular Buildings||Albquerque, NM|
|June 8 – 10||World Pork Expo||Agricultural and Modular||Des Moines, IA|
|June 11 – 14||CALAS 55th Symposium||Modular Buildings||Toronto, Canada|
|July 19 – 21||Wisconsin Farm Technology Days||Agricultural Products||Lake Geneva, WI|
|August 2 – 4||Minnesota Farmfest||Agricultural Products||Redwood County, MN|
|August 3 – 4||North American Manure Expo||Agricultural Products||London, OH|
|August 9 – 11||Empire Farm Days||Agricultural Products||Seneca Falls, NY|
|August 18 – 20||Ag Progress Days||Agricultural Products||Penn State|
|August 30 – September 1||Farm Progress Days||Agricultural Products||Boone, IA|
|September 12 – 17||International Manufacturing Technology Show||Tools||Chicago, IL|
|September 13 – 15||Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show||Agricultural Products||Woodstock, Ontario|
|September 25 – 27||I2SL Annual Conference||Modular Buildings||Kansas City, MO|
|September 30 – October 5||ABSA||Modular Buildings||Grapevine, TX|
|October 4 – 8||World Dairy Expo||Agricultural and Modular||Madison, WI|
|October 17 – 18||Tradeline Animal Research Facilities||Modular Buildings||Scottsdale, AZ|
|October 30 – November 3||National AALAS 2016||Modular Buildings||Charlotte, NC|
|November 6 – 10||International Water Conference||Pressure Vessels||San Antonio, TX|
Dan Palmer, President of Art’s Way Scientific said “Our number one lead source at Scientific continues to be from trade events and conventions. The associations that we support through our membership in Public Health, BioSafety, Modular Construction, Animal Laboratory Research and Agriculture continue to show good attendance numbers, so we have elected to attend those that have produced the best results for us.
An added benefit from the conferences is the training and learning opportunities for our staff. And we are always looking for products to integrate into our buildings from the other vendors exhibiting at these events.”
Glen Parret, Director of Sales and Marketing of Art’s Way Manufacturing Co., Inc. commented “Trade Shows are a key component to the success of our company and are a powerful platform for product awareness, meeting new customers, reaching out to existing customers and promoting our brand.
Our company has been a staple in the agriculture industry since 1956 and trade shows have been an important aspect of our sales and marketing strategy, therefore, we look forward to the 2016 show season. We are excited to exhibit our newest innovative products and above all else look forward to the opportunity to connect with customers old and new.”
About Art’s Way Scientific, Inc. – Building for Science
Art’s Way Scientific, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Art’s Way Manufacturing, Inc. It is recognized leading supplier of modular laboratories for biocontainment, animal husbandry science, public health, and food safety, hog and calf care and security requirements. Art’s Way Scientific custom designs, manufactures, delivers, and installs laboratories and research facilities to meet customers’ critical requirements. For more information, visit our website at www.buildingsforscience.com.
About Art’s Way Manufacturing, Inc.
Art’s Way manufactures and distributes farm machinery niche products including animal feed processing equipment, sugar beet defoliators and harvesters, land maintenance equipment, crop shredding equipment, round hay balers, plows, hay and forage equipment, manure spreaders, reels for combines and swathers, and top and bottom drive augers, as well as pressurized tanks and vessels, modular animal confinement buildings and laboratories and specialty tools and inserts. After-market service parts are also an important part of the Company’s business. The Company has four reporting segments: agricultural products; pressurized tanks and vessels; modular buildings; and tools.
For more information, including an archived version of the conference call, contact: Carrie Majeski, Chief Executive Officer
Or visit the Company’s website at www.artsway-mfg.com/
This news release includes “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the federal securities laws. Statements made in this release that are not strictly statements of historical facts, including: (i) our expectations regarding the strength of the agricultural and livestock markets; (ii) our expectations regarding future results, product offerings and markets; and (iii) the benefits of our growth strategy and business model, are forward-looking statements. Statements of anticipated future results are based on current expectations and are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties, including, but not limited to: obstacles related to the integration of our acquired companies; economic conditions that affect demand for our products; the ability of our suppliers to meet our demands for raw materials and component parts; our ability to predict and meet the demands of each market in which our segments operate; our ability to predict and respond to any seasonal fluctuations in demand; unexpected delays in product launches; the cost of raw materials; and other factors detailed from time to time in our Securities and Exchange Commission filings. Actual results may differ markedly from management’s expectations. The Company cautions readers not to place undue reliance upon any such forward-looking statements. We do not intend to update forward-looking statements other than as required by law.