R.I.V.E. 2021 edition takes stock

R.I.V.E 2021 edition
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Scheduled from 10 to 12 November at the Fiera di Pordenone R.I.V.E. 2021 edition international exhibition of viticulture and enology, It ended very positively, with over 8,000 admissions.
Organized by Federunacoma National Federation of Agricultural Machinery Manufacturers and Federacma, Italian Federation of National Associations of Machinery Dealers and Territorial Acma, the third edition of the event confirms the winning formula for exhibitors and visitors.
That is to say that of a fair, closed to the general public and reserved exclusively for the owners and technicians of the wineries, as well as oenologists and consultants. A highly specialized appointment given the breadth with which it covered the needs of professionals from the entire supply chain of the sector from the vine to the bottle.

The Pordenone Fair is located in the heart of a wine-growing center that arises from a very favorable geographical and environmental context. On the one hand, the nursery tradition of excellence in the production of rooted cuttings with over 90% of the world production of the very young grapevines already grafted. On the other hand, the city is center of gravity in the Northeast, an area that alone produces a quarter of the wine in Italy. In this context, R.I.V.E. 2021 edition was born, designed to be both an opportunity for business and commercial meeting between operators in the wine sector and an opportunity for companies in the sector to update themselves on all the innovations in the technical and technological fields.
In three editions, the Pordenone event marked a growth trend in both the number of exhibitors and qualified visitors, presenting 150 companies and about 200 brands this year in six halls of the exhibition center.

A truly positive experience, as also stated by the director of Federacma, Francesco Barnaba, who led with him to R.I.V.E. 2021 edition a delegation of its customers from Puglia (owners of wineries, technicians and oenologists of important companies). “This experience was also an enrichment for me, on a professional and human level, to be able to consolidate relationships with customers and build new ones. A dimension otherwise difficult to find in the daily routine”.