The fifth annual edition of the FederUnacoma Think Tank was held in Torgiano (Perugia).
The meeting focused on the confrontation between the agricultural mechanics sector and other traditional Made in Italy areas, such as high-end automotive, fashion, and the agri-food industry. The standing of Italian agricultural technologies is excellent, nevertheless, new promotion strategies are needed to strengthen the presence of our products in foreign markets and to counter emerging competition
Italian exports continue to grow in 2022, recording a percentage increase of 15 points between January and November compared to the same period in 2021. United States, France and Germany remain the main importers of Italian agricultural machinery
15 Italian industries in the agro-mechanical sector took part, directly or through their local distributors, in the seventh edition of EIMA Agrimach. An important business opportunities on the Indian market for Italian agricultural machinery
Italian production of tractors, other machinery for agriculture, gardening and associated components brought in sales valued at € 11 billion in 2017. The largest share was assigned to exports which reach a value estimated at about € 7.5 billion