EMEX 2012 this week: visit Segway NZ at site 4058

Segway New Zealand returns to EMEX this week, from Tuesday 1 May until Thursday 3 May 2012 at Auckland Showgrounds, Greenland. Auckland hosts this Engineering, Machinery and Electronics Exhibition only once every two years, so be sure to find us at site 4058 and experience riding the Segway Personal Transporter (PT).

Visitors may also see show organiser Rob Lavender getting around the show on a Segway PT, as he has done in previous years. Utilising the manoeuvrability, speed and tiny footprint of the Segway PT for Event Management quickly became a popular productivity solution last decade in New Zealand.

Segway NZ has previously exhibited in 2006 and 2008, and this year we will have the full range of Segway Personal Transporters on display.

Discover how the i2 model is ideal for worksite and warehouse applications, inspection and patrol roles, and how the i2 Commercial Cargo has been deployed for delivery and ‘picking’ roles at businesses around New Zealand. And for when the going gets tough, the tough Segway x2 model gets going to carry you across a wide variety of outdoor environments.

Dozens of Kiwi businesses that have deployed Segway Personal Transporters (PTs) in engineering-centric and productivity-centric roles, including Wingut Films (Peter Jackson’s studio), DB Breweries, Converga (NZ Post), the Universities of Auckland, Canterbury, Massey and Victoria, Concut, Pro-Metal Industries, Patchell Stainless, Able Tasman Forestry Services, and DME.

Segway New Zealand's site being built up at EMEX 2012 the day prior to opening

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