Bari 12-15 October 2017
International Exhibition
of Machinery, Plants and Technologies for Agricultural Production

Press Releases

February 27th, 2017

Agrilevante, the leading trade fair for Mediterranean agriculture

The fifth edition of the exposition dedicated to agricultural machinery and technologies is scheduled for October 12th to 15th in the Bari trade fair center. Exhibitors and business people from countries throughout the Mediterranean region and Sub-saharan Africa will arrive in the city in the Puglia region to take in specific technologies and productions suitable for the region's climate. Also expected are more than 60,000 visitors taking part in the event.
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February 16th, 2017

The Puglia market: decrease in sales of tractors, awaiting government funds

A total of 1,297 tractors were registered in the region in the year 2016, a 14% decrease compared to the previous year. The implementation of the Rural Development Plan and funding by INAIL should encourage a recovery of the market and contribute to the replacement of the machines that are mostly obsolete.
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February 16th, 2017

"Targeted" Innovation: The Strategy of Agrilevante

The International Exhibition of Machinery and Technology for Agriculture is characterized by a particular focus on specific needs of agricultural firms in the Mediterranean region, Africa and the Middle East. Many initiatives target professional farmers and operators, but also a broader audience, from central and southern Italy.
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Press release February 16th, 2017

Agrilevante, technologies and policies for Mediterranean agriculture

The international review of machinery and plant for agricultural supply chains is set for October 12 to 15 in Bari. The number of foreign delegations arriving, organized by FederUnacoma in collaboration with the Italian Trade Agency, ICE, is on the increase and a special event planned for the trade fair is an international forum focused on the development of agriculture in the Mediterranean and Africa.
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