Like most other companies, due to the pandemic, we were unable to personally meet up with our clients, distributors and colleagues in person as we usually would at trade fairs and exhibitions. However, we were able to organize a couple of private roadshow demos with a small handful of customers following strict COVID safety measures to showcase our pulsFOG K-50 and other products from our line so that they can properly use our machines to keep food and agriculture supply chains running smoothly and disinfecting public and company spaces against COVID.
Because we are always working hard to adapt to rapidly changing markets, environments, and the evolving needs of our customers, our pulsFOG Research & Development Department has been focusing all their energy and efforts this year into developing some new pulsFOG equipment. We can’t tell you very much right now, but what we can say is that we have some new and exciting surprises to add to our pulsFOG product line! It is in the final stages so stay tuned over the coming months for more details.
To all of our customers, clients, suppliers, distribution partners and friends, we would like to say a HUGE thank you for being a part of the pulsFOG family. Without you, your business, your support and your friendship, we would not be able to be where we are today. We deeply appreciate you and look forward to supporting you in all the ways possible in the upcoming year. We wish you, your family and loved ones a very happy and most importantly healthy Christmas holiday season and a wonderful start into 2022! To help you get into the holiday spirit, here are a few of silly Christmas jokes that were told to us by some of our pulsFOG team.
What do you call an elf wearing earmuffs?
Anything you want- he can’t hear you!
What do you get when you cross a Christmas tree with an apple?
How does Rudolph the Rednosed Reindeer know when Christmas is coming? He looks at his calen-deer
What falls but never gets hurt?
Q: What did one snowman say to the other?
A: Do you smell carrots?
What kind of music do Santa’s elves love to listen to?
Why are Christmas trees so bad at knitting?
Because they always drop their needles
.. we are sure that there are plenty more.
Your pulsFOG team