EIMA SEE scored a success with the first edition of the exposition dedicated to agricultural machinery and equipment staged in Albania for the entire area of the Balkan region. More than 2,500 businesspeople visited the stands hosting the Italian manufacturers. Also featured were conferences on technical and policy issues with a focus on Italian-Albanian cooperation. The second edition is set for May next year.
Political authorities, a host of professionals and crowds of visitors were on hand this morning in Tirana for the opening of the first edition of EIMA South East Europe, an international exposition of agricultural mechanization marking a key step in the process of the revival of agriculture in the Balkans.
EIMA South East Europe, the first edition of an exposition dedicated to agricultural machinery and equipment specifically for the Balkans and neighboring countries, is coming up in Tirana for a run from 13 to 15 June. The new review is organized by FederUnacoma in collaboration with Italian and Albanian institutions for the aim of promoting Made in Italy technologies for countries in which the mechanization gap compared to European Union standards is great but can be narrowed with the help of EU funds and Italian cooperation.