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China Agricultural Machinery Distribution Association

China Agricultural Machinery Distribution Association (CAMDA) was established on May 13, 1991 with the approval of the Ministry of civil affairs and the Ministry of materials.

As an influential and widely recognized institution in China agricultural machinery industry, it now has more than 1,100 direct member units, and 20,000-plus sales outlets. 

With agricultural machinery distribution enterprises as the backbone, and with agricultural machinery manufacturing enterprises as the foundation, China Agricultural Machinery Distribution Association (CAMDA) is a nationwide organization covering agricultural machinery distribution enterprises, manufacturing enterprises, universities, colleges, institutes, relevant social groups, as well as regional agricultural machinery distribution associations in China.

Its functions include formulating plans on the agricultural machinery distribution industry, setting industry standards, building a modern agricultural machinery distribution system, studying modern agricultural machinery distribution methods, carrying out all-industry quality service activities, and organizing national agricultural machinery exhibitions. It also carries out new product and technology promotions, agricultural machinery market planning, information consulting and data statistics, releases agricultural machinery market climax index, builds industry credit system, and conducts distribution talent training, and international exchanges and cooperation.

As the main organizer of China International Agricultural Machinery Exhibition, a world renowned agricultural machinery exhibition and No. 1 in Asia, CAMDA is based in the industry, and won its influential and professional reputation both domestic and internationally.

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