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LAMMA Show is 40!

11th & 12th January 2022, NEC, Birmingham

LAMMA will celebrate its 40th anniversary on 11-12 January at the NEC Birmingham. It is the UK’s leading agricultural machinery, equipment and technology show attracting over 40,000 visitors. 

LAMMA connects farmers and contractors from all sectors with companies who provide cutting-edge machinery, technology and equipment for the farming industry.

Over 700 exhibitors will showcase the latest tractors, combines, arable and grassland machinery, as well as a wide range of new technology, services and tools for every sector.

Packed with new ideas and innovations, you'll see machinery launches, UK debuts and global brands. Staying true to its roots, LAMMA will also host smaller agricultural engineering and machinery companies from across the UK, ensuring a fantastic array of products to suit all sectors of the industry, whatever your budget.

Bring your team to the UK's largest farm machinery showroom, network and do business.

Covid safety measures

The Show will be held in accordance with the latest UK Government and Public Health England recommendations regarding COVID-secure business-to-business trade exhibitions.  Show management is working closely with the NEC and the exhibitions industry to ensure the latest advice and best practice is being followed.

Rest assured, we’ll keep you updated throughout the year with any changes, and will continue to listen to government advice about the pandemic.

Early Bird Breakfast 

The early bird breakfast will be available to visitors again for 2022 - more details will be released closer to the event

Disabled access 

LAMMA Show and the NEC aims to be fully accessible and user-friendly for disabled visitors. To find out more information about access to the event and to hire disability scooters, please click here.  

Getting to the show

By Car

Parking is free for the event and you’ll find the NEC clearly signposted from all motorways and major routes - just put B40 1NT in your sat nav.

Once you arrive, don’t follow your satnav, look out for LAMMA on the signs. Once parked up, a free shuttle bus will be waiting for you to take you to the show entrance, or you can walk along the signposted footpaths.

By Public Transport

Birmingham International train station is located within the NEC with direct services all day.

If you're looking to use the bus route or coaches, find out what routes you could take here. There is also a free direct air-rail link to the NEC from Birmingham Airport.

There are clearly marked taxi ranks and the NEC have teamed up with TOA taxis to offer a convenient service, find out more here.

Nearest International Airport

To get to the show from the airport, the closest is Birmingham International which is connected directly to the NEC by a free and fast air-rail link to Birmingham International Railway Station located at the upper level of Terminal 1. The train runs every two minutes and only takes 90 seconds. When you arrive just head straight through to the NEC.
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