17th & 18th January 2018

East of England showground, Peterborough

Lamma 18

Griffith Elder & Co Ltd

Griffith Elder & Co Ltd

Stand: 3A119
  • | Crop processing and storage
  • | Renewables and conservation
  • | Weighing equipment
  • | Indoor

Griffith Elder are designers and manufacturers of rugged accurate weighing systems for agricultural and heavy industrial use. We are able to provide a solution which suits many weighing requirements over a wide range of industries.

We specialise in providing high quality equipment with a long trouble free service life. We provide a full range of products from parts only to supplying a full turn-key solution.

Our Plug-and-Weigh™ digital weighing technology means that on-site setup is minimised, making our products easy to install without specialist tools or knowledge. Operation is always simple and operator training is minimal. Our weighing systems work for years with little maintenance so no service contracts are needed. Our weighing equipment does not go out of calibration, proving our digital system highly reliable.

Griffith Elder & Co Ltd.
1 Oaklands Park
Bury St Edmunds
Suffolk
IP33 2RW
United Kingdom

Telephone

01284 719619
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"We will reap the rewards from coming to LAMMA. Lots of leads, lots of requests for special orders, and building our profile has been something that has stood out for us exhibiting at LAMMA. I don't think you can put a monetary value on that at all." James Hudson, Director, JF Hudson (First time LAMMA exhibitor)

How to get there

East of England showground

Peterborough, PE2 6XE, UK

A free Shuttle bus service will run between Peterborough train station and the East of England Showground.  The service starts at 7am on both days, with the final bus leaving the showground at 5pm to return to the station, subject to local traffic conditions.

 

Headline sponsor

  • AFP

Innovation Awards sponsor

  • AFP
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Farm Safety Zone sponsor

  • AFP

Media partners

  • Farmers Guardian
  • The farming forum