14 October 2022

The 31st CoB Members' meeting (12-13 Nov 2022, Bologna - Italy)

The 31st Members' meeting in Bologna - with 73 participants (63 CoB Members and 10 external experts - both in presence and online - representing 25 Countries, 11 International/Government Organizations and Ag-Machinery Manufacturers Associations/Federations) - was succesfully held in Bologna, during EIMA International 2022. The 10 presentations in all three work Sessions, of the highest level, aroused great interest, offering many ideas for discussion among participants. The 2 Special Lectures were also highly appreciated.

Abstracts, Key Note Reports and Presentations are already online (see "Meetings Proceedings - 2022" section).

The meeting registrations are noww available at the following links:


Marco Fiala - Secretary General


01 November 2022

31st Members' Meeting is at the starting blocks!

The 31st Members' Meeting of the "Club of Bologna" will be held in hybrid mode on 12th and 13th November 2022 in  Bologna (Italy), at Sala Sinfonia (Pavillon 36), during EIMA International 2022.

The three subjects to be discussed this year in Bologna are:

Each Session will have Key-Note Reports, around which the usual discussion among the participants will be opened. In addition, two Special Lectures on "Russia-Ukraine conflict: impacts on international agricultural markets" and "Brazil in a circular bioeconomy scenario" will be presented by Marco Pezzini of Federunacoma and Alida Bellandi of Guarany Ind. (Brazil), respectively.

To attend the meeting online: https://www.eima.it/it/eima-live-sala-sinfonia.php

Download the Agenda of the meeting (click on news title)

Marco Fiala - Secretary General


25 October 2021

Management Committee decisions (21 October 2021, Bologna - Italy)

See the President presentation (click on news title)

Marco Fiala - Secretary General


CLUB OF BOLOGNA: A WORLD TASK-FORCE ON THE STRATEGIES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AGRICULTURAL MECHANISATION
The Club of Bologna is a free association founded by FederUnacoma under the auspices of CIGR and in close collaboration with FAO, UNIDO and Accademia dei Georgofili, with the goal to convene, almost once a year, the highest international experts on mechanization in order to discuss subjects of a pre-eminent importance for the development of the agricultural machinery sector.