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SITEVI 2019--All Three Sectors are Ready

Posted on September 18, 2019

Following the record attendance and visitor numbers that SITEVI 2017 generated, the 2019 edition of the world's leading show for equipment and expertise for the wine-vine, olive and fruit & vegetable sectors looks set to be a fully-fledged commercial success when it takes place from 26 to 28 November 2019 at the Montpellier Exhibition Centre. To accommodate these high exhibitor numbers, a pop-up hall will once again be set up outside the main exhibition area, providing plenty of space for showcasing the new exhibitors.

Four months away from the show, the confirmed bookings show high levels of commitment from stakeholders across all three sectors. In fact, 97% of the exhibition area has been sold and there are already 169 new exhibitors compared with 2017. For this year’s SITEVI, the indoor halls of Montpellier's Exhibition Centre are at maximum capacity. Like the 2017 edition, this year's will extend beyond the main exhibition area into a pop-up hall which will showcase what the exhibitors have on offer, providing them with all the space they need to present their products and services. Of all of the exhibitors currently registered, 95% have equipment for professionals in the wine-vine sector, 60% have equipment for professionals in the fruit & vegetable sector and 47% have equipment for professionals in the olive-growing sector.

SITEVI is the world's leading event for professionals in the wine-vine, olive and fruit & vegetable growing sectors. For the 2019 edition, international exhibitors account for 28% of the total number registered, and there are 23% more international companies. There are also four new exhibitor countries taking part: Croatia, Switzerland, Norway and the United Kingdom.

A significant number of key accounts have already confirmed that they will be at this major event. For wine-growing, ACTISOL, FERRAND, INFACO and PROVITIS-EUROVIT will be there; BUCHER VASLIN, DTF SAS for winemaking; BOBARD, ERO GERÄTEBAU GMBH, GREGOIRE, NEW HOLLAND AGRICULTURE, PELLENC for grape-harvesting; KONGSKILDE FR, KUHN, QUIVOGNE for soil tillage ; AGCO FENDT, AGCO MASSEY FERGUSON, ANTONIO CARRARO, ARGO FR LANDINI MCCORMICK VALPADANA, CASE IH, CLAAS, FERRARI FRANCE-BCS, JOHN DEERE, KUBOTA EUROPE SAS, LOVOL ARBOS and MX for tractor equipment; BERTHOUD, CARUELLE NICOLAS - NICOLAS THOMAS, HARDI-EVRARD, TECNOMA for spraying systems; Smurfit Kappa, ALBAGNAC, COSTRAL, STONE, BEDI, GAI FR, NOMACORC and VINVENTION for packaging and bottling; AWETA, MAF RODA and UNITEC for harvesting, conservation and packaging equipment; NETAFIM and NAADANJAIN for irrigation equipment; ARYSTA and YARA for agricultural supplies.

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