Czech manufacturers successfully exhibitred at the AG QUIP Field Days 2017

Published: 05.09.2017 Related countries:  Australia Australia

Czech Republic participated at AgQuip 2017 agricultural fair, which took place in August, and had its second official Czech Exposition which was visited by many potential business partners, agents and organisation`s representatives. The fair meant a great success for all CzechTrade hosted companies.

The Commonwealth Bank of Australia AgQuip Field Days is the biggest marketplace for agricultural and rural products, equipment and services and is one of the world’s largest Events of such kind. The event is held in a purpose-built site on the Lincoln Plains near Gunnedah, New South Wales, the heart of the most fertile and diversified agricultural regions in Australia and runs for three days annually. More than 100,000 visitors came to see over 3,000 companies launching agricultural products and services or introducing new developments in existing product ranges, with representatives ready to answer questions and lead discussions with potential buyers. CzechTrade in Sydney hosted three Czech companies - successful exporters, so that the Czech Pavilion was nicely filled with several diverse products. Many potential business partners, agents and organisation`s representatives came and visited the Czech National Exposition.

Participation at the fair was a great success for all three Czech companies which are specialized in agriculture. All of them found potential business partners in Australia.

One of the Czech companies exhibiting in Gunnedah was SMS CZ, a producer of agricultural machines which produces more than 140 different models of machines and exports them to over 30 countries worldwide. The company already imports to Australia and New Zealand and has been successfully collaborating with 4AG. 4AG was also participating at the fair.

BORNIT, a Czech company producing, developing and selling Flexitanks – flexible tanks for transporting and storing liquids such as fertilisers used in agriculture or even food products such as wine or various oils. One of the tanks was filled with liquid for presentation directly at the fair and has attracted some potential buyers.

Another Czech company exhibiting at the exposition was EURO bagging a producer of high quality storage and processing technologies for forage, cereals, by-products and composting. EURO bagging already has dealers all over Europe, in the Middle East, China and a few references in New Zealand.


In addition to that, another Czech product could be seen – a unique remote controlled slope mowers Spider. This product is already imported to New Zealand by the company Inlon, which was also present at the fair.

AgQuip and CzechTrade Sydney with the Czech National Exposition was a great opportunity to develop new and existing relationships and present the latest products and services across all industry sectors, in one place at one time. All exhibiting Czech companies were successful in finding new potential business partners, distributors and some of them already received business enquiries. This is great success!

We all thank you for visiting our stand, and look forward to seeing you next year at The Commonwealth Bank of Australia AgQuip Field Days 2018!