Hungexpo has just completed its AGROmashEXPO, AgrárgépShow with a record-high turnout in 2018. Ending on January 27, the event’s 350 exhibitors showcased their products and services across 40 000 square-metres of space to 46 500 visitors. As part of the event portfolio, the Hungarian Garden and the Viticulture and Winery exhibitions were also held this year.
Constantly growing projects and a dynamic technological development - these are the characteristics of Hungarian agriculture, and this optimism was reflected in the recently completed exhibition, where domestic and foreign producers displayed their latest products and services across 40 000 square meters of floor space. A new 3 000 square meter tent was added to the exhibition area to accommodate the growing numbers of exhibitors and visitors. 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.
The results of our quick preliminary poll of exhibitors revealed that the number of business deals made this year greatly exceeded the already high numbers of previous years.
Expanding Hungarian agriculture, growing exhibition
On 28th January 2017, Hungexpo concluded its most successful agricultural exhibition of all time. More visitors and exhibitors attended the 35th AGROmashEXPO hosted at the Budapest Fair Center from 25-28 of January and the 7th AgrárgépShow as well as the simultaneously hosted Hungarian Garden and Viticulture and Viniculture professional fairs than last year.
The most significant Hungarian agricultural exhibition was attended by 45,000 visitors. 350 exhibitors (including 36 from foreign countries) yet again occupied the entire area of the Fair Center: presenting their machines and innovations in 9 pavilions and the accompanying open air space across nearly 40 thousand square meters.
The Hungarian agriculture has been continuously expanding since 2010, producing a 55% growth rate over six years with an output of 2620 billion HUF in 2016, said Minister of Agriculture Sándor Fazekas at the exhibition’s opening ceremony. The minister highlighted the fact that the agriculture is the driving force of the Hungarian economy - not just figuratively, but literally as well, since its mechanization has expanded in recent years, along with its technical standards and level of technology. He added that the agricultural machine manufacturing sector played a major role in this development, which is one of the most important pillars of the agriculture. Sándor Fazekas felt that this year’s prospects for the agricultural machine industry and machine trade are rather favourable as 2017 will be a year of growth for manufacturers and traders alike. Furthermore, he added that the consistent work of the last six years serves as the foundation for the conditions of the further development of the agriculture.
Zsolt Harsányi, president of the Hungarian Association of Agricultural Tools and Machinery Distributors (MEGFOSZ) stated at the opening ceremony: for years, the agricultural machine manufacturing and trade has been a 160 billion HUF market, which is set to increase by an additional 5 billion HUF this year.
Gábor Ganczer, CEO of Hungexpo C.Co.Ltd. had the following to say: the challenges of domestic agriculture put a growing professional demand on farmers, thus increasing the timeliness of the concept of the “reasonable - caring farmer” whilst the generation shift in agriculture is becoming increasingly apparent.
Hungary's only exhibition specialised in wine-growing and wineries
Held simultaneously with Hungary's market leading agricultural exhibition AGROmashEXPO and agrargepShow.
The exhibition group has 45 000 exhibitors in 2016, from which 11% is interested mainly for VITICULTURE and VINICULTURE exhibition.
THE MOST SIGNIFICANT FORUM OF WINE-GROWING AND VINICULTURE IN HUNGARY
The sector's period of rest prior to the commencement of seasonal works is an ideal time for the presentation of wine-growing and winery technology at Hungary's only exhibition specialised in these fields.