Aquajet hosts first “World Tour” Events in Europe and North America
Published: 10/10, 2022
Aquajet’s first 2022 World Tour events saw 115 new and existing customers from 13 countries attend events held in Europe and North America. Aquajet’s German distributor Brokk Germany, co-hosted a European event in Friedenweiler, Germany, while North American distributor Brokk Inc. co-hosted U.S., Canadian and Latin American participants in St. Joseph, Missouri. The events provided advanced training, equipment demonstrations, including the new Aqua Cutter 750V, and networking opportunities to help participants learn more about the capabilities of Aquajet equipment to maximize productivity. This year marks the first time Aquajet has held large training and demonstration events outside of the company’s headquarters.
“In the past, we held these events in Sweden, but taking our technology and experts on the road has allowed us to meet our customers closer to home, in many cases,” explains Roger Simonsson, Aquajet CEO. “Expanding to Germany and North America made it possible for more companies to participate and bring more team members to see the equipment and learn how to use it to its full potential.”
The World Tour events included advanced classroom training on how users can maximise productivity and results with their Aquajet machines. Participants had the opportunity to see the Ergo hydrodemolition system, which is said to provide four times the power of a hand lance in a compact unit. Additionally, attendees were able to experience the silent operation of the Ecosilence 3.0 high-pressure pump and watch the Ecoclear 2.0 wastewater treatment system work with the new Aqua Cutter 750V. Together, the machines aim to provide contractors with what Aquajet says are industry leading safety and productivity delivered by robotic hydrodemolition, with the added benefit of onsite, on demand wastewater treatment, all in a compact footprint that meets strict environmental regulations while providing high levels of versatility for congested jobsites.
“This was our first time taking our equipment and training on the road, and we couldn’t have had a better start,” Simonsson says. “We plan to be back again with another World Tour as our technology continues to evolve and new processes are introduced.”