Green Tech Farm says it is mulling a location for a new, large-scale Display and Sales center to help drive sales and support efforts in the Asia Pacific region.

HONG KONG, September 15, 2020 /Neptune100/ — Hong Kong-based next-generation vertical and urban farming innovator, Green Tech Farm confirms that it is in the throes of choosing a location for a Display and Sales center from a shortlist of cities in Asia and the Middle East. The installation will service customers and distributors in the Asia Pacific region.

The company, which manufactures and sells advanced hydroponics units with advanced lighting, heating, cooling and AI-powered robotics and control systems says that the final shortlist is comprised of nation-state, Singapore, Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong and the UAE’s Dubai.

It is envisioned that one of these cities will house several fully-operational models of the company’s leading product, the “HydroPod” while also serving as a support and learning hub to assist customers in getting the best from their own installations.

It will also feature a fully operational “HydroFactory” – Green Tech Farm’s bespoke, scalable offering – which can be expanded to fill any space and give customers the opportunity to see the technology in operation on a far larger scale than that available in the self-contained “HydroPods”.

“We very much want our customers to derive maximum benefit from their purchases so we couldn’t think of a better way to demonstrate the efficacy of our state-of-the-art vertical farming innovations than actually showing off the robotics carrying out their various activities in a real, live situation. We’ll even have a chef who will prepare delicious meals straight using produce directly from the farm,” explained the Green Tech Farm Chief Technology Officer.

“We are firm believers in ‘showing, not telling’ and regard it as one of the best ways to sell so we very much look forward to driving sales in this new, exciting and highly-receptive market,” he concluded.

Green Tech Farm says it will be announcing the center’s location within the next month.