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EIMA Agrimach 2024: The Big Challenges for Indian Agriculture

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01 March 2024, New Delhi: The eighth edition of EIMA Agrimach India, the international agricultural machinery exhibition organized by FICCI in collaboration with FederUnacoma, with the support of the Ministry of Agriculture and the Indian Council for Agricultural Research, opened this morning in Bangalore at the University of Agricultural Sciences. 

The exhibition – which held its first five editions in New Delhi has been moved to Bangalore in Karnataka from 2022 to meet the technological needs of a region of the Subcontinent whose agriculture is largely centered on fruit and vegetable production – will go on until Sunday 3 March with the display of models in the covered halls and demonstration trials in the outdoor areas of the exhibition center.

In his greeting to the audience, the FICCI Karnataka State Council Chairman Ullas Kamath recalled the vigorous economic growth of the Indian economy and underlined the significant improvements in India’s primary sector. During the inaugural session, the speeches by Manish Singhal of FICCI, V. N. Sharma of SBI, and Guna Nand Shukla of PWC confirmed that the exhibition is not only a promotional and commercial event aimed at economic operators, farmers, and agri-mechanics technicians but also as an opportunity to analyze trends in agriculture and to highlight the great challenges facing the primary sector in India and in all major regions of the world. In this regard, the Italian consul in Bangalore Alfonso Tagliaferri underlined the importance of the commercial and technical partnership between Italy and India, especially in the field of agricultural mechanics and in that of high technology agricultural machines.

Mariateresa Maschio, President of FederUnacoma, the federation of Italian agricultural machinery manufacturers, which has been an organizing partner with FICCI of the Indian exhibition since the first edition in 2009, focused on the main topics of EIMA Agrimach 2024 

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