CESCO to attend IAOM Mideast & Africa and Agritechnica

03 November 20232 min reading

CESCO is preparing for two major industry events, where they are eager to connect with peers, showcase their expertise, and stay updated on the latest advancements in their field.

The IAOM Mideast & Africa Conference and Expo in Cairo, Egypt, from November 12th to 15th, will see CESCO's active participation. As a prominent player in the industry, their presence at this event promises valuable insights and networking opportunities. Visitors can find them in Hall 1, Booth E7, where experts and leaders in the grain milling and processing sector will convene to share knowledge and innovations. 

In addition to their Cairo appearance, CESCO is pleased to confirm their participation in Agritechnica, a renowned international trade fair for agricultural machinery, held in Hanover, Germany from November 12th to 18th. Visitors can meet them at Hall 6, Booth E37 during Agritechnica. Their presence at this event emphasizes their dedication to staying at the forefront of agricultural technology. This event serves as a hub for leading companies and experts in agricultural machinery to showcase their latest developments. CESCO’s involvement in the event showcases their commitment to driving innovation within the agricultural sector.

Both of these upcoming exhibitions exemplify CESCO’s continuous pursuit of excellence, innovation, and collaboration within their industry. They look forward to engaging with fellow professionals, sharing insights, and contributing to the advancement of their field during these exciting events.

To arrange a visit or a work meeting at their IAOM Mideast & Africa booth, interested parties can contact To do the same at their Agritechnica booth, they can reach out to

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