Posted on 04/25/2022 18:40
The largest agricultural technology fair in the country, 27th Agrishow, started this Monday (25/04) in Ribeirão
Considered one of the largest agricultural technology fairs in the world, Agrishow has the support of the Federal Government, Banco do Brasil and Caixa Econômica Federal - Photo: Anderson Riedel/PR
This Monday (25/04), in Ribeirão Preto (SP), the opening of the 27th Agrishow, the International Fair of Agricultural Technology in Action, took place. Considered one of the largest agricultural technology fairs in the world, Agrishow has the support of the Federal Government, Banco do Brasil and Caixa Econômica Federal.
Agrishow brings together solutions for all types of crops and sizes of properties, in addition to being the stage for launching trends and innovations for agribusiness.
The president of Caixa, Pedro Guimarães, reported that a year ago the bank began to focus on agribusiness and has already jumped from eighth to second place among the institutions that lend the most to the sector. Caixa announced the opening of 100 branches specialized in agribusiness with managers prepared to serve rural producers. The states that have the largest number of these units are Minas Gerais (12), Rio Grande do Sul (11) and Mato Grosso (10).
At the bank's stand at Agrishow and at Caminhão Agro Caixa, a team of more than 40 employees will be available to assist clients in the entire process of contracting rural credit, with specialized service and advice.
Banco do Brasil, the largest Brazilian agribusiness bank, is present at Agrishow in a hybrid format, through a physical stand and in digital media, through the platform. The bank offers lines and solutions for all rural producer customers, from small to large, in addition to agro-industries.
These are lines of credit to fund, invest, sell, finance agricultural industrialization, invest in the storage of production and use revolving credit for working capital in a complementary way to rural credit. The volume disbursed by BB in this harvest has already exceeded R$ 119 billion, a growth of 46% in relation to the same period of the previous harvest.
The fair continues until April 29 with the presence of exhibitors and representatives from sectors such as precision agriculture; auto parts and tires; irrigation equipment; agricultural machinery; family farming; seeds and financing and financial services. In the last in-person edition, in 2019, more than 150 thousand visitors visited Agrishow.