The agricultural machinery exhibition, organized by FederUnacoma at the Bologna exhibition centre, will be held from 19 to 23 October 2021.
The change of event date was guided by the COVID-19 health emergency and the complex needs linked to the trade exhibition calendar and the seasonality of the work processes.
From November 2022 the Exposition will return to its normal frequency.
This showcase of machinery, agriculture, landscaping and related components at EIMA International is the 44th edition held at the Bologna exhibition centre in Italy from 19 to 23 October 2021.
This was the decision taken by the Board of Directors of FederUnacoma Surl – the service company of the Italian association of manufacturers, which is the direct organizer of the event.
At the end of a careful assessment of the calendar of international exhibitions, the availability of the Bologna exhibition centre, the seasonality of agricultural processing.
But above all on the basis of the projections regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and on the containment strategies implemented by Governments.
The EIMA showcase, would under normal circumstances be held in November this year, but that date was cancelled and the event was already scheduled for a move to February 2021 due to the COVID-19 health emergency.
But due to the ongoing ban on carrying out trade exhibitions in Italy, it is now moved once again to 19 to 23 October 2021.
The organisers believe that it is now scheduled at a time of year when they hope the health emergency will be resolved, in part due to the launch of the planned vaccination campaigns.
The top management of FederUnacoma aim to create a high-content event from a technological and commercial point of view.
Also seen very much as symbolically as it will represent a moment of rebirth after the troubled events of 2020 and the persistence of the emergency, which the organisers expect to see continued during the first half of 2021.
EIMA International will return to its ordinary scheduling with the 45th edition, already set for November 2022.