AgriTech 2030 – CEMA's Strategic Vision for Europe’s Agricultural Machinery Industry

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NEW 07.02.2019 News
Brexit: How to enter the UK market in case of a hard-Brexit

With the final Brexit date getting closer and still no certainty on the possible Brexit withdrawal agreement, a hard Brexit on 29 March 2019 becomes more likely.

07.02.2019 News
EU Survey to assess Uptake & Benefits from Precision Agriculture Technologies

A specific questionnaire is addressed to Ag Machinery Manufacturers to collect expertise & reliable figures


To advance agricultural machinery and solutions for sustainable farming, CEMA focuses on a number of priorities. Agriculture 4.0 and Smart Farm Machines are drivers for efficiency and competitiveness in modern sustainable farming. EU Regulations must however be appropriate, harmonizing the rules without burdening the sector with excessive administrative and technical requirements. Through the participation to selected EU projects and initiatives, our industry contributes to innovation in the agri-food chain. The European farm equipment industry is a leading technology provider for farmers worldwide and is part of the solution to feed a growing world population. 

 

Greater sustainability and environmental protection

Economic benefits

Higher productivity

Higher productivity

Economic benefits

Greater sustainability and environmental protection

CEMA attends IoF2020 partners' event

Progress on use-cases, networking & challenges  ...

SmartAgriHubs - new H2020 funded project - kicks-off in Prague

CEMA & COPA-COGECA present the European Code of Conduct on data-sharing by contractual arrangement  ...

Brexit: CEMA’s type-approval guidelines on agricultural vehicles & components

The document provides guidance to manufacturers regarding type-approval in case of a hard Brexit ...

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CEMA attends IoF2020 partners' event

Progress on use-cases, networking & challenges  ...

SmartAgriHubs - new H2020 funded project - kicks-off in Prague

CEMA & COPA-COGECA present the European Code of Conduct on data-sharing by contractual arrangement  ...

Brexit: CEMA’s type-approval guidelines on agricultural vehicles & components

The document provides guidance to manufacturers regarding type-approval in case of a hard Brexit ...

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Which engines require conversion of EU type-approval after hard Brexit?

There continues to be a lot of uncertainty regarding Brexit. For each scenario the impact on the agricultural machinery industry is different. To provide guidance to agricultural machinery manufacturers with respect to the engine type-approvals needed to place engines on the EU market after a hard B ...

Stage V FAQ documents for NRMM and tractors updated

On 1st  January 2019 Stage V becomes mandatory for tractors and non-road mobile machinery placed on the market and falling in the categories below 56kW and above 130kW. There is still the possibility to make use of the transition scheme for placing on the market tractors and non-road mobile mac ...

EU Code of Conduct on agricultural data sharing

CEMA, together with 8 other EU associations representing different sectors of the agro-food chain, is proud to present the 'EU Code of Conduct on agricultural data sharing by contractual agreement'. The co-signatories involved in this initiative are: COPA-COGECA, Fertilizers Europe, CEETTAR, CEJA, E ...

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Brexit: How to enter the UK market in case of a hard-Brexit

With the final Brexit date getting closer and still no certainty on the possible Brexit withdrawal agreement, a hard Brexit on 29 March 2019 becomes more likely. ...

EU Survey to assess Uptake & Benefits from Precision Agriculture Technologies

A specific questionnaire is addressed to Ag Machinery Manufacturers to collect expertise & reliable figures ...

Brexit type-approval legislation published

A new regulation is published that allows requesting EU type-approvals for vehicles such as tractors and components such as engines that have an UK-issued type-approval. After the UK leaves the EU it is not possible anymore to place on the market vehicles and components with an EU type-approval issu ...

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Combustion engine remains essential for agricultural machinery

Transportation technologies are constantly changing, leveraging permanent innovation to meet customer requirements and market needs. For some, the future may be electric. For others, such as agricultural machinery, running on high power density diesel fuel with internal combustion engines is unlikel ...

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CEMA supports new legislation on UK type-approvals after Brexit

20 July 2018. CEMA, the European agricultural machinery association, welcomes the new proposal for a regulation on EU type-approvals obtained from the UK type-approval authority (COM(2018)397). It is of great importance for the agricultural machinery industry that manufacturers can continue to pro ...

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CAP position: Smart Agriculture for All Farms

Executive Summary This paper focuses on the question of how to improve access by small farm holdings in Europe to Smart & Precision Agriculture (PA) technologies.[1] It provides concrete answers to 3 critical questions raised by EU Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan in the context of the ...

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Shift into Digital Agriculture: CEMA welcomes Member States’ Draft Declaration supporting technology uptake in EU farming

PRESS RELEASE Farmers and farms of all size should reap the benefits from smart farming technologies ...

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Gilles Dryancour (John Deere) appointed Chairman of new CEMA Strategic Committee

CEMA sets-up a ‘Strategic Committee’ as an advisory body to provide expertise on policy options & anticipate challenges for the industry at EU level ...

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SmartAgriHubs Kick off event - 4&5 March in Prague - Stay tuned!

PRESS RELEASE  The kick-off conference marks the first official meeting of the SmartAgriHubs consortium. Representatives from Digital Innovation Hubs, Innovation Experiments and Competences Centres  will gather from all over Europe ...

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