Forestry is one of the most important industries in Brazil and trees there have a very high growth rate. But a changing climate including drought can lead to the reduced growth of such species as cultivated eucalyptus and pine.
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Four months before Elmia Wood opens, the organisers confirm it will be the world’s biggest forestry fair ever.
The German truck manufacturer MAN sees Europe’s forestry sector as an increasingly important market.
Sweden’s biggest industry event, Elmia Subcontractor, has again strengthened its position as the leading market place featuring new business deals and important discussions.
Some 200 meetings in two days between a total of 85 companies from 17 countries. Subcontractor Connect continues to be an important venue for doing new business.
Elmia Classics, the e-museum for old forestry machines and associated products, has been updated with new machines.
Elmia Agriculture 2016 was the launch of the Swedish agriculture industry’s new national arena. The event met industry expectations and was much appreciated.
New product releases and the retail trade were in focus at this year’s Elmia Garden. Two exhibition halls were filled with inspiration...
After an accident in the forest, Tommy Karlsson had the time to create something that would reduce the risk...
Elmia Lastbil in Jönköping, Sweden was one big party for the visiting public in sunny late-summer weather. The trade fair began with great success as Scania presented the world premiere of its new generation of trucks.
CASE introduces brand new range of mini excavators that raises the bar on productivity, comfort and safety
WORLD PREMIERe: MWR
JCB Innovation Sees Launch of JCB Teleskid World First
Bobcat Launches New E17Z Zero Tail Swing Excavator
New Holland flagship combines deliver even higher capacity with new Everest system and win “Machine de l’année” title at SIMA 2017
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