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01.
February
2012

AgrárgépShow 2012

In the film studios near the Hungarian village of Etyek took place the second year of agricultural machinery exhibition Agrárgép show 2012. The exhibition of Etyek has done a very good reputation last year at hungarian farmers. STROM exhibited news, which were officially introduced at Agritechnica 2011.

 

In the film studios near the Hungarian village of Etyek took place the second year of agricultural machinery exhibition Agrárgép show 2012. The exhibition of Etyek has done a very good reputation last year at hungarian farmers. STROM exhibited news, which were officially introduced at Agritechnica 2011.

The exhibition, like the first year attracted a large number of hungarian farmers. Hungarian agriculture is known for its professionalism, STROM machines during a short period of time have found many customers who look for effective solutions from small areas to large areas for cultivation of their land.
STROM stand an area of  300m²  in situated hale 1
 
Agrágep Show was visited by many hungarian farmers
The exhibition area of 300m² has been exibited machines that have become or may become popular in the hungarian market. As a news  was presented Swifter SE 10000 with spring and autumn working section (ideal for seedbed preparation of  maize, sugar beet and rape). Atlas AO 5000 disc cultivator of short conception suitable for cultivation of large quantities of plant residues such as corn stubble.
First introduction of  Atlas AO in Hungary

Seedbed cultivator Swifter SE 10000 took part of stand

Swifter Concept (seedbed cultivator + discs), which became very popular at hungarian farmers and cultivator Ecoland EO introduced on Agrárgép show 2011 completed the exhibition area. In front of the the hall 1 was exibited a new Terraland TN_Profi with cutter disc section.
 

Swifter Concept – 1 frame + 3 different working sections

Ecoland EO 4000 – cultivator for shallow cultivation or for deep loosening
Terraland TN Profi in front of hall 1 STROM became popular in Hungary during few years

Ing. Jan Bednář