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ENAMA - Ente Nazionale per la Meccanizzazione Agricola

ENAMA - Ente Nazionale per la Meccanizzazione Agricola
National Farm Mechanisation Body
via Venafro, 5 - 00159 Roma - Italy
email info@enama.it
tel. +39 06 40860027 Fax +39 06 4076264

ENAMA National Farm Mechanisation Body is the Italian support structure for the agricultural mechanical sector; launched in 1999, it takes over the brief of CONAMA, while widening its activities.

ENAMA is an association promoted by the Ministry for Agricultural and Forestry Policies, whose founder members include:

  • Cia Italian Farmers Confederation Confederazione Italiana Agricoltori
  • Coldiretti National Farmers Confederation Confederazione Nazionale Coltivatori Diretti
  • Confagricoltura General Farming confederation Confederazione Generale Agricoltura
  • UNACMA National Union of Agricultural Machinery Resellers Unione Nazionale Commercianti Macchine Agricole
  • Unacoma National Union of Agricultural Machinery Manufacturers Unione Nazionale Costruttori Macchine Agricole
  • Unima National Union of Agricultural Mechanisation Companies Unione Nazionale Imprese Meccanizzazione Agricola

The MiPAF Ministry for Agricultural and Forestry Policies, the Regions and ISMA Experimental Institute for Agricultural Mechanisation are also part of ENAMA.

The association's aims are reached through the following initiatives:

  • experimentation and stimulation for the creation of new, high-technology, innovative machinery, aimed at the further reduction of manual labour numbers, the improvement of qualitative and quantitative production yields, and the greater comfort and safety of operators and others
  • contribution to the formulation of rules and technical standards, as well as certification that the functional characteristics of farm machinery meets these rules and standards
  • promotion and development of research, experimentation, surveys and studies in technical and economic sectors, also in collaboration with other bodies, both national, foreign, supra-national, public and private
  • co-ordination, promotion and distribution of know-how about mechanical machinery and how it should be used.