Every year, AGROmashEXPO and AgrárgépShow are the most significant professional events of the Hungarian agricultural business, presenting the latest innovations and trends to farmers in the sector’s rest period.
47 500 visitors 62 country
40 000 sqm exhibition area
Simultaneous events: Hungarian Garden, Viticulture & Viniculture
High quality professional programs - together with Agricultural Machine Show
The top distributors of major international brands appeared at the AgrárgépShow, thus helping visitors survey the supply of the Hungarian agricultural machine market, allowing them to make more informed purchase decisions. In 2018 apart from the major brands presented by the distributors (Claas, John Deere, Messey Ferguson, Valtra, Lamborghini, Fendt, Case, Krone, etc.), exhibitors from numerous foreign countries will be presenting their new products and wares. The newly developed and often award-winning machines displayed here for the first time after the Hannover fair. Apart from the above-mention Tractor of the Year, the Fendt 211 Vario V – the Special Tractor of the Year – will also be on display at the exhibition. Covering nearly 2 500 square metres, the joint exhibition of the members of the Hungarian Association of Agricultural Machinery Manufacturers (MEGOSZ) was a huge success and the winners of the product compatition presented themselves too.
Top quality lectures and conferences hosted by our professional partners, providing visitors with answers to the latest issues and questions. The professional programs attached to the exhibition were focused on precision farming this year. There was an outstandingly high interest in such events as PREGA’s roundtable discussion on data-based decisions in the farmland; the agrarian marketing conference titled “What grows on the net?”; Hungarian Agriculture Ltd’s 9th Agromarketing and Media Day; GOSZ’s Farmland Professional Day; as well as the presentation of the Hungarian Precision Farming Association. The international partner meeting of Hungarian National Trading House (MNKH) also focused on agro-IT issues and was attended by nearly 100 professionals from 16 countries.