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Italian Farm Machinery Manufacturers Association
Agrilevante 2023
Agrilevante 2023

Italian Domestic Market 2023 ~ Seventh Edition of Agrilevante Fair

Italian Domestic Market January-August 2023

In the first eight months of the year, the Italian tractor and trailer market fell, while other types of machinery were in the black. Tractor registrations - according to data processed by FederUnacoma (the Italian manufacturers' association) on the basis of Ministry of Infrastructures and Transport registrations - in the January-August period were down 10% for tractors compared to the same period in 2022, and down 7.5% for trailers, while combines were up 28.5%, flatbed tractors up 24.8% and telehandlers up 11.6%.

In addition to economic uncertainty and rising prices and interest rates, the national market is also affected by the reduction in public incentives for the purchase of agricultural machinery. After having been a driving factor in recent years - also due to the simultaneous presence of several incentives (such as the RDP, Decree 4.0, the INAIL measure for machinery with high safety standards, the Sabatini Law for capital goods) - government incentives are now slowing down due to delays linked above all to the application of the NRRP and the Innovation Fund launched by the government.

Seventh Edition of Agrilevante Fair

The seventh edition of Agrilevante, the great exhibition of agricultural machinery for the Mediterranean area, promoted by FederUnacoma, returned in Bari (I) after the suspension imposed in 2021 by the health emergency. From 5 to 8 October, the Apulian exhibition centre hosted n350 manufacturers exhibiting more than 5 thousand models of machinery and equipment, and related components, for agriculture and landscaping; technologies capable of meeting all the needs of typical Mediterranean basin sectors. But Agrilevante was not just an event of a commercial and promotional nature, it was an opportunity for discussion on primary economy development models and opportunities for collaboration between the countries of the Mediterranean region. The international character of the event was confirmed by the participation of 50 foreign companies representing 20 countries and the presence of official delegations of foreign operators from 27 countries, organised by the ICE Agency and FederUnacoma.  

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