LAMMA has confirmed that it is returning to Birmingham’s NEC in January after a successful event earlier this year.
Now in the event’s 38th year, LAMMA ’20 will feature more than 700 exhibitors across 11 halls showcasing a host of UK and global machinery and product launches, as well as innovative technology from smaller agricultural, engineering and machinery companies.
The event also offers visitors the chance to collect CPD points, including BASIS and NRoSO, and, as well as the Farm Safety Zone (which will be running for the third year) a new zone will be added: Farming 4.0. This new zone will look at tomorrow’s farming and how technology will help sustain the future of food production. Focussing on advanced devices, precision agriculture and robotic systems and how they allow farms to be more profitable, efficient, safe, and environmentally friendly.
As last year, the event will offer free car parking and aims to ‘build on the event’s reputation as the most diverse and innovative machinery, equipment and services show, covering all sectors of the farming industry under one roof.’
To register for free, please visit www.lammashow.com.
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