The CEMA technical board of the European Association of Agricultural Machinery Manufacturers met in Bologna last November during EIMA show to nominate its new officeholders. Markus Baldinger was confirmed as chairman of the technical board, while the role of vice president fell to Matteo Guerra, Research & Development Manager at Argo Tractors, the Italian multinational tractor manufacturer of the Landini, McCormick and Valpadana brands.
“I want to thank all my colleagues who have placed their trust in me”, declared Matteo Guerra after his election as vice president. “It’s a position that I accept with passion and that I will carry out with maximum diligence. CEMA is a critical link between the industrial world and European authorities and is aimed at ensuring the proper alignment of the needs of the sector and related legislation. An attention that, in the harmonious development of the legislative architecture, must never forget to safeguard adequate safety standards and protection of the environment”.
“I believe”, concluded Matteo Guerra, “that the technological development of agricultural machinery has never been as rapid and constant as it is right now. We see it day in and day out at Argo Tractors, a company that has made the research and development of new technologies applied to tractors one of its core missions.
For this reason I am even more convinced that CEMA plays a key role in the observation, protection and support of the definition of the legal system that guarantees a harmonious development of the world of agricultural machinery in the coming years”.
PICTURE (source: Cema European agricultural machinery):
from left to right: Matteo Guerra of Argo Tractors, Markus Baldinger of Pöttinger and Ivo Hostens of Cema