Tuesday 7th & Wednesday 8th January 2020

NEC, Birmingham

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  • LAMMA’s move to the NEC in Birmingham has been hailed as a great success by many of the thousands of visitors who thronged to the revamped event and the 650-plus exhibitors who packed the halls with the latest farming machinery, equipment and innovative technology.
  • A flurry of announcements regarding further launches of machinery and equipment at the upcoming LAMMA show have been released in recent days, adding to the already impressive list of kit making its debut at the event*.

  • Visitors to LAMMA ’19 have an excellent opportunity to assess and improve their on-farm safety thanks to the return of the Farm Safety Zone, sponsored by Safety Revolution.

  • Specialists from the Department for International Trade are returning to LAMMA in January to highlight the increasing export opportunities for UK agri-tech companies in sub-Saharan Africa.
  • A comprehensive collection of tractors, loaders, combines and ATVs will be available to view under one roof when the LAMMA show makes its debut at the NEC Birmingham on 8th and 9th January 2019.
  • Relaunched LAMMA Innovation Awards celebrate depth and breadth of agricultural manufacturing developments

  • There’s no better place for arable farmers to seek out new machinery than LAMMA ’19, which takes place at the NEC Birmingham on 8th and 9th January 2019.

  • LAMMA has a well-earned reputation as the place to visit among livestock farmers looking for new kit, and the 2019 event held at the NEC Birmingham on 8th and 9th January is no exception.

  • An exciting new era for LAMMA begins in January 2019 when it opens its doors at the NEC Birmingham for the first time.  

    The move will deliver a whole new experience for visitors, with all stands at the UK’s leading agricultural event being fully under cover for the first time in its history.

  • An exciting new era for the LAMMA show begins in January 2019 when it opens its doors for the first time at the NEC in Birmingham.

  • Stand space has been filling up quickly for LAMMA 2019 at the venue’s new location, the NEC near Birmingham. Just under three quarters of the stand space has been booked and more than 450 exhibitors confirmed. 

    “The combination of the NEC’s indoor, modern and professional halls and thousands of visitors looking to invest in equipment and services has created a lot of interest; so much so that a number of halls are now nearly sold out,” says Elisabeth Mork-Eidem, Group Events Director at AgriBriefing Ltd. “Both visitor and exhibitor feedback has been incredibly supportive, with a lot of real excitement regarding this important development for the UK Agricultural Industry. At AgriBriefing we work hard with all parts of the industry and believe that LAMMA at the NEC will be the professional event that such an important industry deserves.”

  • This year's LAMMA show was on track to be the most successful yet until the weather took a turn for the worse, leading to the suspension of the second day.

    The show was scheduled to take place on Wednesday 17th and Thursday 18th January and opened on a crisp and sunny morning.

    However, the weather changed dramatically overnight and violent winds battered the site before daybreak of the second morning, leaving event organiser AgriBriefing (previously Briefing Media) no option but to cancel the rest of the show.

     

  • We have received a number of questions about the decisions made this morning which regrettably led to the cancellation of Day 2 of LAMMA 2018. As you can understand, our team were faced with a very fluid situation but I hope the following will explain some of the process that was followed.
  • This year, we’ve made it even easier to download and use the event app. Here’s 9 great reasons why you should download the LAMMA app to make the most of your time at the show.

  • A new series of seminars on farm safety will take place at LAMMA ’18, which returns to the East of England Showground, Peterborough on January 17 and 18, 2018.

    The seminars will take place in the Farm Safety Zone, a new area dedicated to help reduce the high number of deaths and injuries on UK farms.

    Specialists from leading health and safety consultancy Safety Revolution, which is sponsoring the zone, and contributors from other areas of the agricultural sector will deliver the seminars.

     

  • Farmers looking to invest in new machinery and equipment will be spoilt for choice when the LAMMA show returns to the East of England Showground on 17 and 18 January 2018.

    More than 850 exhibitors are expected to attend the event, the UK’s largest machinery show.

    Many will be using it to launch new kit into the UK market, providing a unique opportunity for visitors to find, compare and contrast items on their wish list and discuss the relative merits with experts on the stands.

    Here’s a pick of some of the latest equipment, big and small, that will be making its debut at LAMMA ’18, to help farmers improve business performance and productivity.

     

  • Visitors to LAMMA ’18 will be spoiled for choice when it comes to tractors and loaders with hundreds of machines on show, many making their UK debut.

    Whether it’s a gargantuan tracked machine or a general-purpose workhorse, there will be something to suit every taste when the show returns on 17 and 18 January 2018 at the East of England Showground, Peterborough.

    This preview looks at some of the launches that are likely to draw some of the biggest crowds.

  • Farmers, contractors and other rural businesses looking to improve their bottom line have an excellent opportunity to quiz hundreds of manufacturers and suppliers of farm machinery, equipment and agricultural services when the LAMMA show returns to Peterborough in January.

    The event has cemented its reputation in recent years as being the biggest and best of its type. Last year more than over 850 exhibitors provided an unmatchable array of equipment and expertise for over 40,000 visitors.

  • Briefing Media today announces that the UK’s largest agricultural machinery show, LAMMA, will move to the NEC from January 2019.

    LAMMA will continue to be a free-to-attend event and will remain on its proven and successful January timeline.

  • LAMMA ’18 is introducing a new Farm Safety Zone when it returns in January to help reduce the high number of deaths and injuries on UK farms.

    The aim is to help promote the issue of farm safety throughout the year and highlight the fact that most of the 30 fatalities and thousands of injuries that occurred on farms in the past 12 months are avoidable.

    The Farm Safety Zone is sponsored by leading health and safety consultancy Safety Revolution.

     

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"We had a busy stand right from the word go, visitors were engaged by what we had to show them. I think LAMMA has been re-established as a more comfortable, more accessible ‘must attend’ show." Adrian Winnett, Argo Tractors

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