Phoenix Agritech Equips Bali Airport

Posted by Graham Blacklock on 28 April 2014

Phoenix Agritech (Canada) Ltd continues to experience export success in new markets for the Airport Wailer electronic bird system for runways with a recent contract to equip Bali Airport in Indonesia with 8 systems.

On April 1st a team of Indonesian airport officials visited the company office in Debert N.S, with our agents for South East Asia, Mr. Lewis Kwong and his son Marco, to inspect the systems prior to shipment.

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Left to right: Marco Kwong, Lewis Kwong (Singapore), Graham Blacklock, Bruce Blacklock (Phoenix Agritech), I Ketut Suarta,Alif Krisno Hidayat, Irni Ardiani and Yunius Rusli (Indonesia)

 

Following the meeting in Debert, everyone flew to San Francisco to meet up with 8 more airport officials from Indonesia for a training workshop, which included a tour of San Francisco Airport to see the 5 Phoenix Wailer Airport systems, which have been in place for 15 years, and to talk with wildlife control officers at that airport.

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Bruce Blacklock (centre) with San Francisco and Indonesian airport officials check out a system beside a runway.

Currently Phoenix Agritech is working on new opportunities to equip airports in India, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Nigeria, Iraq and Turkey.