Case IH announces plans to return to trade shows in Europe

Leading farm equipment manufacturer Case IH has announced plans to attend major European agricultural shows during the remainder of 2021 and 2022 as part of the company’s programme to reconnect with customers. This will be done with the highest possible attention to safety for both customers and Case IH employees, strictly observing safety measures prevailing in each location.

Case IH will be exhibiting a range of new products, including the first public showings of the AFS Connect™ versions of the Quadtrac and Optum tractors, the latest versions of the popular Puma 150-175 and 185-240 models, together with the Axial-Flow® 9250 AFS Harvest Command combine and LB436 HD baler. An expanded range of the innovative AGXTEND precision farming technologies will also be shown.

The company’s exhibition programme, which remains subject to change depending on prevailing COVID-19 legislation, will start with Innov-Agri in France from 7 to 9 September 2021, where Case IH will be launching the latest version of its highly successful Optum CVXDrive model. With 160ha of field demonstrations, Innov-Agri will take place at Outarville, south-west of Paris.

Agribex is the other major event Case IH will attend this year. Belgium’s largest indoor international trade fair for agriculture and the green sector, it will be held at Brussels Expo from 7 to 12 December.

For 2022, Case IH has confirmed its attendance at five major shows, although others may be added to the company’s schedule.

The calendar will start with FIMA 2022 from 8 to 12 February. A major showcase for the agricultural sector in Southern Europe, the 42nd International Fair of Agricultural Machinery will take place in Zaragoza, Spain.

The Case IH team will then head to Hannover in Germany for Agritechnica, where the world’s leading trade fair for agricultural machinery will be held from 27 February to 5March. 

CASEIH_BACK_AT_FAIRS_AXIAL-FLOW.pngLater in the year Case IH will exhibit at SIMA 2022. Marking the 100th anniversary of the SIMA show, the event will take place at the Parc des Expositions de Paris-Nord Villepinte, Paris, from 6 to 10 November. During November, the company will also attend EIMA International 2022, the 45th International Agricultural Machinery Exhibition, in Bologna, Italy. 

The final date in the Case IH events diary for next year will be Agraria 2022 at Wels in central Austria from 23 to 26 November.

Commenting on the company’s return to live agricultural events Ville Mansikkamäki, Vice President, Case IH Europe, stated: “I am delighted that Case IH will once again be exhibiting at agricultural fairs throughout Europe, with the emphasis on ensuring the safety of our staff and customers at all times. 

“Earlier in the year, when very stringent COVID-19 travel restrictions were in place, we organized Case IH ‘YOUNIVERSE’, the first digital agricultural machinery fair for farmers, contractors and dealers. This online event was very successful in conveying our view of the future and the critical role enhanced connectivity will play in making the agricultural industry more efficient, productive, and sustainable. 

“However, at Case IH we appreciate that digital events cannot replace face-to -ace interaction with farmers. Our priority is to have the best possible relationship with our customers, so for us YOUNIVERSE is a complement to normal shows, events, and roadshows. At Agritechnica we will use a new hybrid format, combining the physical event with our digital platform. This will allow us to extend our reach to all those who are unable to travel to the physical fair, enabling them to connect and experience Case IH news live, wherever they are.”

 

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John Swire - Editor of Agronomist and Arable Farmer as well as responsibility for the Agronomist and Arable Farmer and Farm Business websites. After 17 years milking cows on the family farm John started writing about agriculture in 1998 and has since written for a variety of publications and has developed a wide circle of contacts within the industry. When not working John is a season ticket holder at Stoke City and also of late has become a fitness freak, listing cycling, swimming and walking as his exercises of choice.