A new edition for trials in the field at the EIMA Show India for a totally dynamic EIMA Agrimach India fifth edition, scheduled for December 7 to 9, 2017 in New Delhi. The event made it possible to witness machinery and equipment for various full field crops at work with a special focus on grape and fruit production. The days were organized by FederUnacoma in collaboration with the Emilia Romagna Region.
The trials were hosted at the National Research Center for Grapes, the most important research center in the field of grape production in India under ICAR, Indian Council of Agricultural Research which includes the Pusa institute, the venue hosting the biennial EIMA Agrimach. The city of Pune is in the center of one of India’s most important agricultural districts, especially for grape and fruit crops with 90% of the country’s grapes produced in the district.
Eima Show for Expo 2015, dedicated to machinery and equipment for viticulture, is organized for the Milan Universal Exposition and for the participation of a large number of delegations from abroad to include BtoB meetings with the companies taking part.
La Camina, founded by the Bargazzi family in the 1950s, is a viticulture enterprise located in the Val d’Arda hills in the vicinity of Piacenza. These lands are especially suitable for the cultivation of Barbera and Bonarda grapes, which together are used for the production of Gutturnio red wine, and Ortrugo and Malvasia grapes for white wine which is also ideal for other gastronomic dishes.
The Eima Show India demonstrations – completing the third edition of the event providing the opportunity to witness and try out machinery and equipment for viticulture and horticulture – were planned as a dynamic review completamentary to the Eima Agrimach India exhibition scheduled for a run in New Delhi from December 3rd to the 5th 2015.
India’s institutional representatives are promoting agricultual policies aimed at food security for the country under the hallmark of increasing varities and the quality of products and improving the quality of life in rural communities. With some 600,000 tractors registered annually, India is confirmed as one of the world’s leading agro-mechanical markets which is steadily growing.
The purpose of the EIMA Show is to allow an audience of farmers, contractors and business people to watch various mechanical engineering solutions on the market to verify the efficiency and functional features of these machines.