In view of the current global economic climate and the many uncertainties surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the organisers of SIMA 2020 have taken the decision to hold the next edition of SIMA in November 2022 (from Sunday 6 to Thursday 10 November 2022).
Despite receiving the confirmation and support of many leading and loyal exhibitors together with all its partners for the edition rescheduled in early 2021, the SIMA could not be held with full peace of mind in February 2021.
Indeed, the uncertain and extremely constrictive public health situation did not offer the guarantee of total safety to exhibitors and visitors, in particular those travelling from abroad. Furthermore, these circumstances were a hindrance to the organising teams in the smooth and efficient preparation and organisation of this new edition.
Therefore, following consultations with a large number of exhibitors and agricultural machinery market figures, whose production and distribution cycles have been particularly hard hit by today’s public health and economic crisis, the decision to postpone the exhibition to November 2022 appeared unavoidable.
For more information about the postponement, please visit the SIMA website.
Fulfilling the requirements of all farmers
At last year’s event, 1,800 companies from 42 countries, representing fifteen different sectors of farming including traction equipment, crop protection equipment and robotics exhibited.
Held in Paris, the SIMA 2020 event aims to fulfil the requirements of all farmers, regardless of the size of the farm they own and run, or their production method. Innovation will take centre stage and visitors will gain invaluable insight into the future of farming.
For more information, and to register for this event, please visit: https://en.simaonline.com.