EIMA moved to October 2021

International agriculture and landscape machinery expo in Bologna, Italy, has moved from February 2021 to October 2021.
EIMA machinery expo

The 44th International Exposition of Machinery for Agriculture and Gardening in Bologna, Italy, has been rescheduled from February 2021 to Oct. 19-23, 2021.  The international showcase of agriculture and landscaping machinery is organized by FederUnacoma and held at the Bologna exhibition centre. The event was originally scheduled for November 2020 but had previously been rescheduled for Feb. 3-7, 2021.

This decision was made by the FederUnacoma Surl Board of Directors, the service company of the Italian association of manufacturers, which is the direct organizer of the event. The board acted after considering the calendar of international exhibitions, the availability of the Bologna exhibition centre, the seasonality of agricultural processing and, most importantly, on the basis of the projections regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and the containment strategies implemented by government organizations.

“It is now scheduled at a time of year when we hope the health emergency will be resolved, also thanks to the launch of the planned vaccination campaigns,” noted the EIMA in its announcement. “The top management of FederUnacoma aim to create a high-content event from a technological and commercial point of view, which can also symbolically represent a moment of rebirth after the troubled events of 2020 and the persistence of the emergency, which is expected to continue during the first half of next year.”

EIMA International will return to its ordinary scheduling with the 45th edition, already set for November 2022.

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