1959-10 Stresa Italy
Oct 1959, Stresa (Italy), as European Committee of Associations of Manufacturers of Agricultural Machinery – Comité européen des groupements de constructeurs du machinisme agricole (CEMA) – Comité Europeo de Asociaciones de Constructores de Maquinaria Agricola – Europäisches Komitee der Verbände der Landmaschinenhersteller – Comitato Europeo delle Associazioni dei Costruttori di Macchinario Agricolo. Currently only known under its acronym with full title: CEMA - European Agricultural Machinery. Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Work towards a balanced legislative regulatory framework in the EU that supports competitiveness of the industry in Europe and enables the industry to provide smart solutions to help farmers worldwide grow food affordably and sustainably.
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