A record attendance at the world’s largest agricultural exhibition


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The Agritechnica exhibition in Hannover is the largest agricultural exhibition in the world. This year there were over 2,800 exhibitors from 52 countries participating. There was a great interest in Sunfab’s stand, both from existing and new customers.

The atmosphere at this year's exhibition was fantastic, after four years since the last one, all visitors seemed happy to be back in direct contact with exhibitors and the products. The exhibition, which was last held in 2019, was visited this year by a record number of 470,000 visitors from more than 149 countries.

Large interest for Sunfab’s products
Our fifth participation at Agritechnica was very successful. The demand for axial piston pumps and motors in agriculture is growing, which can be seen both in the exhibiting applications and the interest from visitors to the Sunfab's stand.

Sunfab SAM motors

“After 4 years long of waiting, Agritechnica compensated for a lot in terms of quality and quantity with a phenomenal number of customers that visited our stand. Many technical discussions, including new customer projects, were held at our stand. And many important follow-up appointments were arranged. This time the proportion of customers who were looking for a new supplier was extremely high, and we were always able to convince them of our high-quality hydraulic pumps and motors through friendly discussions and a high level of competence.” says Jörg Nettler, Senior Sales Manager at Sunfab GmbH Germany.

Sunfab SCM motor

On the exhibition there was also a large number of applications that are equipped with Sunfab pumps and motors. Our products were mounted on a variety of applications around the exhibition, such slurry tanks, pressure regulators, stump grinders and mowers.

Sunfab SCM motor

Green theme
The organiser of Agritechnica, the DLG (German Agricultural Society), had chosen the guiding theme of “Green Productivity” for this year’s exhibition. Many questions of the future in the topics of productivity and resource conservation were discussed at the exhibition's many forums.