06 March 2019

Tecnovid, Oleotec, Enomaq, Oleomaq and e-Beer

The wine, olive oil and brewing sectors met last week in Zaragoza to hold five fairs together. A total of 1,286 exhibitors (552 are foreign) displayed their entire offer in the more than 56,000 square metres of the six pavilions used at the Zaragoza Exhibition Centre.
  • Tecnovid: 11th International Vine Growing Techniques and Equipment Show
  • Oleotec: 7th International Olive-Growing Techniques and Equipment Show
  • Enomaq: 22nd International Show of Winery and Bottling Machinery and Equipment
  • Oleomaq: 7th International Olive Oil Mill Machinery, Equipment and Packing Show
  • e-Beer: 1st International Show of Machinery and Equipment for the Brewing Industry
It was the first time we visited the fair and we liked it very much, although we expected more variety in the machinery specialized in olive groves, which is also our great interest. In fact, the fair focused more on viticulture than on olives. In any case, a visit to the fair is highly recommended.

With respect to Tecnovid and Oleotec, the specialized machinery for vineyards and olive trees, pavilion 6 was quite well organized, being able to see a great repertoire of variety of agricultural machinery (mainly atomizers), highlighting the stands of New Holland, General Agrícola and Industrias David. New Holland had very good representation of all its machinery specialized in vineyards and olive trees (tractors and grape harvesters). General Agrícola had a great variety of atomizers, mulchers, etc... and Industrias David always call our attention how well finished their implements are. Also, other interesting stands were those of Ovlac, Gregoire, Gascón International, Niubo and Gil. On the other hand, we missed a lot of specialized machinery such as Same, Fendt or Arbos... we couldn't even see any shaker for the collection of olive trees.

The rest of the pavilions were dedicated to the other events held, where we could see a wide variety of machinery for wineries, mills, breweries, winemakers, beer producers, oenologists, etc. It is impressive the amount of variety that there is in all type of machinery of the sector... I think we saw more than 100 different bottlers, hundreds of bottles, different label formats, bottle crates, corks, stainless steel tanks, etc. It was also interesting to know all that.

Versión en español.

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