There was a very strong contingent of both Irish exhibitors and visitors at this year’s LAMMA show. The excellent design and build quality of the Irish machinery stood out at the show, proving that Irish machinery manufacturers are on par with the best in the world.

Speaking to some of the Irish contingent at the show, they seemed to be more than happy with the move from outdoors to indoors.

Carlow-based Hi Spec Engineering exhibited at the show.

The Irish exhibitors also noted that enquires for sales were strong, despite the looming Brexit.

This year, LAMMA made its indoor debut at the NEC in Birmingham. This comes after day two of last year’s show had to be cancelled due to bad weather.

Mayo-based McHale had a significant range of equipment on display.

The show was planned like a smaller version of the hugely renowned Agritechnica which takes place every second year in Germany.

Carlow-based Tanco Autowrap had its full range of equipment on display.

A total of over 650 exhibitors spread across 11 halls hosted the event which saw tractors, combines, drills, cultivation kit, slurry equipment, innovative technology and much more on display.

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