Renewed SIMA show is on its way

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After more than two years, the international SIMA trade show will open its doors again from November 6-10 in the Paris Nord exhibition centre in Villepinte, Paris, France. The show is celebrating its 100th anniversary and moves into a new way.




“This revisited SIMA show has been extended with new approaches around the sector’s big challenges, in particular outside France, for higher efficiency”, says show manager Isabelle Alfano.

The renewed show will include:

  • The SIMA Innovation Award
  • SIMA Tech, a brand new space, bringing together more than 130 exhibitors, start-ups and agricultural robots
  • SIMA Farming Awards, a new competition highlighting European farmers who can demonstrate their achievements with social, economic or environmental impact.

SIMA 2022 aims to offer the best responses to the needs of the international farming sector and to the upheaval of its production model.  In response to the demand of exhibitors and visitors, SIMA has adopted new dates and will be held from 6 to 10 November in Paris. As of now, SIMA will be held every even year in November, rather than before in February.

This upcoming edition is displaying its mission with clarity: “Reveal solutions and technology dedicated to the development of sustainable and high-performance agriculture, at the heart of the leading European agricultural power”, says Isabelle Alfano.

“Having supported all the players in the agricultural world for the past 100 years, SIMA has always been in tune with their concerns”, she continues. “As the tradeshow for all forms of agriculture, the aim has always been to accompany professionals by bringing them into contact with the latest innovations and providing them with the solutions that are right for them, whatever the size of their farm or their production methods are. Hence, the show will as always offer a comprehensive range of solutions and offer even better answers to the needs of professional farming of today.”, Isabelle Alfano concludes.

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