Safety FIRST!

"Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe." This famous quotation, widely attributed to Abraham Lincoln, extols the importance of thorough preparation before undertaking any task.

A strange-looking, trailblazing Pegasus

Si dice che nelle popolazioni di montagna, a causa delle particolari condizioni ambientali, l’ingegno sia particolarmente sviluppato. Sembra sia vero a giudicare dalle molteplici attività della eclettica Dart Engineering, una azienda di Queenstown, nel sud della Nuova Zelanda, dove le Alpi Meridionali raggiungono quasi i 4000 metri.

Lifting solutions in South Korea

With 2.5 million inhabitants, Incheon is the Republic of Korea’s third-largest city and one of its biggest economic centers...

The pegasus of the white circus

Dazzling sun reflecting off the snow, the faces of the Jungfrau and Eiger mountains that seem to blend into a cobalt blue sky, which is crisscrossed by vapour trails from jets of the Patrouille de Suisse aerobatic team, as they swoop and swirl above a colourful audience watching from the stands and along the edges of the Lauberhorn piste.

Where the grass is greener on every side

If you have ever travelled in the northeast of the United Kingdom, you may have seen huge expanses of well-tended grassland, like an English lawn but spanning numerous acres!

Under the world's clearest sky

In an area of 200 hectares near Coquimbo, an Apollo is used to collect celery, a key ingredient in Chilean cuisine.

An AGRI PLUS in the Land of a Thousand Lakes

Only two hours’ drive from the modern city of Gdansk lies the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship in northeastern Poland, one of the 16 historical regions into which the country is divided. The province is also evocatively known as the “Land of a Thousand Lakes” or the “Green Lungs of Poland”, due to the more than 2000 bodies of water (connected by navigable canals) and ancient, luxuriant forests that cover the area.

Eima 2018: a dream edition.

Just days since it ended, Eima International 2018 is already being described as a dream edition. The event attracted over 300,000 visitors, mostly young people attracted by the cutting-edge technology of the agricultural machines on display, which cemented the exhibition’s reputation as a marker of progress and advancement...

Rosebel gold mine: the treasure trove of Suriname

On arriving at Paramaribo airport, uninitiated travellers who chose Suriname as a destination (tempted by the prospect of the Caribbean sea, sun and perhaps a daiquiri on some shaded hacienda porch) could be forgiven for thinking they had taken the wrong flight...

Paleisheuwel, factory of the sun

There is a big chunk of Italy in this corner of South Africa. In Paleisheuwel, in the arid region north of Cape Town that leads towards the Namibian desert, lies one of the largest solar power plants on the African continent: Paleisheuwel Solar Park, built by Enel Green Power-TerniEnergia.

An almost agricultural Pegasus

We often hear the Amazon Basin described as the "Green Lung of the World"; a vast biological sanctuary of almost 7 million square kilometres, necessary for maintaining the ecological balance of the entire planet.

Never too high

Hessen is rightly considered the greenest region of Germany: as much as 42% of its territory, consisting mainly of hills and low mountain ranges, is covered by forests. The region is also home to numerous rivers (the Fulda, the Lahn, the Eder, the Weser, the Rhine and the Main) and many well-tended gardens that surround both historic buildings and private homes.

The AGRI MAX: an all-in-one ground crew

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New Zealand is a strange and beautiful country. We have seen wonderful glimpses of it in numerous films, including The Lord of the Rings. A country only slightly smaller than Italy (and curiously with the same boot shape) but inhabited by just 4.5 million people, of whom 87% are concentrated in the cities.

A marine Agri Max!

Norway is synonymous with sailors: since the days of the Vikings, the Norwegians have always crossed the seas, and continue to do so in their free time! They undoubtedly benefit from over 21,000 kilometres of jagged coastline, interspersed with countless fjords and characteristic, small rocky islands called skerries.

A Hangar for Icarus

The long-standing association between the name “Icarus” and the world of aviation is borne out by these images. At Wonderboom airport, situated to the north of Pretoria (South Africa), an Icarus 40.17 is employed for the delicate job of unloading and assembling aircraft sent for scheduled maintenance.