International Association for Vine, Fruit, and Vegetable-Growing Mechanization (Agromash)
Association internationale pour la mécanisation de la culture de la vigne, du fruit et du légume
Mezdunarodnoe Obscestvo po Masinam dlja Ovoscevodstva, Sadovodstva i Vinogradstva
16 Dec 1964, Budapest (Hungary), by agreement signed by Governments of People's Republic of Bulgaria and Hungarian People's Republic, subsequently enlarged to include other socialist countries within the framework of Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (CMEA). Countries subsequently adhering to agreement: 1 Jan 1969, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; 1 Jan 1973, German Democratic Republic; 1 Jan 1977, Polish People's Republic; 1 Jan 1978, Socialist Republic of Czechoslovakia. No recent activity reported since 1990.
Meet vine, fruit and vegetable-growing machinery demands of CMEA member States on the basis of international, socialistic division of work by coordinating development in the fields of designing, production and circulating.Available with paid subscription only.
Coordinating scientific-research-design-experiment work and production in member States in field of machines for vegetable, fruit and vine-growing; studying and summarizing abroad experiences in the field and placing these studies at the disposal of interested organizations of member States.
StructureAvailable with paid subscription only.
Bulgarian, Czech, German, Hungarian, Polish, Russian.
FinancingAvailable with paid subscription only.
Members in 6 countries
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Type I ClassificationAvailable with paid subscription only.
Type II ClassificationAvailable with paid subscription only.
- Plant Life
- Plants Yielding Fruits
- Agriculture, Fisheries
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