Eima International on the starting line

The 45th edition of the world exhibition dedicated to agricultural machinery starts today, with the opening ceremony scheduled at 10:00 in the halls of BolognaFiere. 1,500 manufacturers will be present, of which 480 from abroad, on a net exhibition area of about 130 thousand square metres

The 45th edition of Eima International, the world exhibition of agricultural machinery and a global reference point for all players in the agro-industrial chain, starts today in the halls of BolognaFiere. With 1,500 exhibitors, 480 of whom from abroad, the show promoted by FederUnacoma is returning to its pre-pandemic levels and its natural biennial frequency after the 2020 edition was postponed by one year. With 14 specialised sectors and 5 themed Shows, about 60 thousand models on display, the event, which will close on 13 November, once again focuses on technological innovation, range completeness, and internationalisation, the key elements of an event that this year managed to attract visitors from 160 countries. The official opening of the exhibition is scheduled at 10:00, where official foreign delegations (ICE Agency) from 80 countries are also expected to attend. Among the day's events, the Tractor of the Year 2023 award ceremony is scheduled in the Quadriportico hall at 12:00. Also in the same hall, but at 16:30, a meeting with geopolitical analyst Dario Fabbri is scheduled, entitled 'Agriculture, a decisive variable in geopolitical assets'. This year an entire 3,000 square metre pavilion is dedicated exclusively to business meetings between exhibitors and foreign delegations.  

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Italian Agricultural Machinery Manufacturers Federation
Digital System and technologies for Agricultural Machinery and Farming
Irrigation Systems
Italian Implements Manufacturers Association
Italian Self-Propelled Machinery Manufacturers Association
Italian Tractors Manufacturers Association
Italian Components Manufacturers Association
Italian Garden Machinery Manufacturers Association