Promoting cooperation between agricultural technology manufacturers and dealers from Germany and Hungary – May 4, 2022, 15:00 to 17:00 (CET) online at www.DLG-Connect.com
(DLG). Next week on Wednesday May 4, DLG (German Agricultural Society) and the Embassy of Hungary in Berlin, Germany, will be hosting the first “German-Hungarian Business Forum on Agricultural Technology.” The aim of the international industry exchange is to support further cooperation between agricultural technology manufacturers and dealers from Germany and Hungary, as well as to promote the sale, supply and joint production of agricultural machinery. The free-to-attend online event will take place online in the afternoon 15.00 -17.00 (CET) at www.DLG-Connect.com.
Cooperation partners of the event are the Hungarian Ministry of Agriculture, VDMA Agricultural Machinery, the Hungarian Association of Agricultural Machinery Manufactures (MEGOSZ) as well as the Hungarian Export Promotion Agency – the Enterprise Europe Network.
Program with renowned experts
Renowned experts from the DLG and the four partners will explore the current issues in agriculture in both countries and, in the context of agricultural machinery, will analyse areas that have potential for future collaboration.
In short keynote speeches nine Hungarian agricultural machinery companies will identify common ground for possible cooperation.
The companies are: Agrobot Kft, (ABZ Drone Kft.), Busa Bt, Polikov Kft, Tomelilla Kft, Z Elektronika Kft, Omikron Kft, NorAn, Optigép Kft and Dryer Doctor Kft.
The event is aimed at German and Hungarian agricultural equipment manufacturers, suppliers and dealers while also offering useful information to German farmers with an interest in Hungarian agriculture and agricultural machinery industry.
Program and participation
Free to attend, the event requires a one-off prior registration to www.dlg-connect.com, which is also free. The event languages are German and English though no simultaneous translation is offered. Detailed information in German on the program and participation can be found here:
The event will take place on the digital platform www.DLG-Connect.com, a platform designed by the DLG (German Agricultural Society) as part of its non-profit aim to further knowledge in agriculture across borders.
Already over 500 individual virtual events have been held on this platform including DLG’s in-depth spotlights on emission control in livestock farming, ‘green efficiency’ in the UK, water management in Australia, Argentina, Canada, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan as well as challenges and threats in the perspective of the next 5 years for Polish agriculture.
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