Resomation America exhibits Equipment at ICCFA conference, Las Vegas!
Nicki Mikolai, U.S. Sales Manager for Resomation America, attended the ICCFA exhibition last month. Confirming Resomation’s commitment to the U.S. market, she was joined by the whole of U.K. Resomation team, to demonstrate the company’s alkaline hydrolysis equipment.
The team really enjoyed meeting so many ICCFA members at the show. With a constant flow of members to the booth, it was a very successful event. The team received lots of positive feedback on their system, good discussions around the gentle nature and environmental benefits of the alkaline hydrolysis process and even had six different requests from people asking if they could have a photo in the Resomator itself!
Many agreed that Resomation presents an opportunity to grow their market share and be part of a fast-growing end of life choice, whilst being able to address the eco-friendly opportunity.
Funeral Homes who offer alkaline hydrolysis confirmed the take up by families due to the natural and gentle nature of alkaline hydrolysis and recognised the comprehensive design of the overall system. As Resomation mimics the natural process the body goes through when it is buried but over a much shorter time frame.
“We have undoubtedly seen a huge shift in the mindset in recent times and the point has been reached where the industry is no longer asking ‘what is Resomation?’ but rather ‘how can I offer Resomation? Resomation can work successfully, improve reputation, and increase revenue. We are proud to be helping business owners in the funeral sector make positive choices for the future as the market continues to evolve. The exhibition demonstrated how the U.S. are leading the way internationally in bringing alkaline hydrolysis into the mainstream. “
Howard Pickard, Managing Director of Resomation
If you were unable to attend the show and would like to discuss Resomation further, please contact U.S. Sales Manager Nicki Mikolai [email protected] / Tel +1 612 619-7614 for support with introducing alkaline hydrolysis.