SIMA is gearing up for its 100th anniversary show at Paris Nord Villepinte in November.
The international exhib-
ition of solutions and technologies for high perfor-mance and sustainable agri-culture is once again proving its force of attraction.
The biggest names in agricultural equipment have confirmed their attendance, and more than 80 per cent of the exhibition surface areas has already been sold.
For its 100th anniversary, the show is looking to-ward the future and to reveal solutions and tech-nology dedicated to the development of sustainable and high-performance agri-culture.
In addition to the return of many big names, some 112 new exhibitors are joining SIMA 2022, including Yanmar, Petronas, Megaplast and Agrowin.
SIMA’s centenary show will
be marked by a strong inter-national contingent, with 40
per cent of exhibitors coming from 33 countries.
At the centre of the exhibition, SIMA is laying on an area that will shine a light on solutions and technology
for high-performance and sustainable agriculture: SIMA
It will encompass 50 start-ups which will present their latest solutions and innovations in the Start-up Village.
Another 15 exhibitors will be located in the Robotics Village.
This will shine a light on the development of robotics in agriculture through a
unique offering and a ser-ies of foresight talks and discussions.
The SIMA Innovation Aw-ards, an internationally acclaimed contest, pay trib-ute to the most innovative solutions and technologies presented by the show’s exhibitors and have been championed by a new chairman: Christian Huyghe, Scientific Director for Agri-culture at INRAE.
This year, the judging panel comprises 20 French and international specialists to guarantee expertise in all the markets and sectors present at SIMA.
In partnership with Axe-ma and Nuffield France, SIMA is organising a new competition: the SIMA Farm-ing Awards.
Following on from the profiles of innovative farmers which were displayed at previous shows, the aim is to promote novel initiatives by French and European farmers, including the UK.
They must be involved in a sustainable transition process and be able to demonstrate results with
social, economic or envir-onmental impact.
Registrations are open until August 26 and the nominees will also be announced on September 27.
SIMA is being held from Sunday, November 6, until Thursday, November 10, at Paris Nord Villepinte.
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