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COVID-19 WORRIES PUSHES LAMMA 22 BACK TO MAY

COVID-19 WORRIES PUSHES LAMMA 22 BACK TO MAY

IN RESPONSE to the evolving COVID-19 situation, due to the Omicron variant, LAMMA 2022 has been moved from 11th -12th January to 4th - 5th May 2022.

All plans for the 40th anniversary of LAMMA will be carried over to the new May dates when the show will welcome over 600 exhibitors and 40,000 attendees face-to-face, who will gather to connect over the latest machinery, technology and equipment for the farming industry.

Sanjeev Khaira, the Arc director leading Agriconnect, organisers of LAMMA, said, “We have seen a significant increase in the uncertainty of COVID-19 regulations and although we have built robust health and safety plans for the LAMMA 2022 event, with distribution and supply chain challenges and the potential lockdowns or restrictions, we are all uncertain about how the situation will look in January. After speaking with many of our exhibitors and attendees, we have taken the challenging decision to postpone.

Kate Walsh, LAMMA Event Manager, said “The team and I are saddened to be making this announcement today. We have been hard at work planning for the 40th anniversary edition of LAMMA, and were very much looking forward to bringing the agricultural industry together. The past few years have been challenging for the farming community, and we had hoped LAMMA in January would be a great way to start off the New Year and spur momentum in the industry. However, after listening to you, and sharing your concerns about the COVID situation, we believe moving the show to the spring will provide the best opportunity for us to meet face-to-face and deliver on the objectives of both our exhibitors and visitors.

"There will be no changes to the LAMMA 2022 floorplan or show features as a result of the date change. Visitor registration will remain open and there is no need to register again if you have already done so. The next edition, Wednesday 4th - Thursday 5th May 2022, will tstill ake place at the NEC, Birmingham."

For more information and to register to attend, please visit www.lammashow.com. 

 

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