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January 15, 2020

LAMMA’s sell-out show a commercial and professional success

LAMMA’s return to the NEC in Birmingham at the beginning of January produced an even bigger and better show than the year before, resulting in an upbeat two days that have been widely praised by exhibitors and visitors alike.
Overall, numbers ended slightly up on the year before, topping 40,000, drawn by more than 700 exhibitors showing the latest farming machinery, equipment and innovative technology that catered for all farming sectors and all depths of pockets.
LAMMA’s event manager Kate Walsh said: “We are delighted to report that we sold all the exhibition space this year, with 40 additional companies coming on board. All told, the stands covered over 56000sq m, the equivalent of eight football pitches.
For further information see
LAMMA ’21 will take place at the NEC, Birmingham, on Tuesday 12 and Wednesday 13 January 2021.
For further information contact:
Sarah Murray, Senior Event Marketing Executive, LAMMA  Tel: 01772 799423

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