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LAMMA Transport Services

LAMMA Show is the United Kingdom’s leading agricultural machinery equipment and service show. LAMMA (which stands for the Lincolnshire Agricultural Machinery Manufacturers Association) will showcase a host of machinery from the UK and across the globe, with many exhibitors using the event to unveil new tractors, feeder wagons and forage machinery, as well as a wide range of innovative technology from smaller agricultural, engineering and machinery companies. This is the 38th year running for the show, having run since the first show in 1982.

LAMMA is the only event in the UK that brings together the whole of the farming community in one busy and thriving place to do business. The event regularly attracts more than 40,000 visitors, and no other show offers LAMMA’s scope of agricultural machinery, equipment and technology in one place.


With 11 halls packed with new ideas and cutting-edge equipment, over 700 exhibitors will showcase the latest tractors, combines, drills and cultivation kit, as well as a wide range of products, services and tools.

The event also gives visitors the opportunity to keep up to date with CPD points and the latest farm safety advice. New for 2020: the Farming 4.0 zone which will look at tomorrow’s farming and how technology will help sustain the future of food production.

So whatever your age, if you still love the idea of “Big Boys Toys” then don’t miss out and take part in the LAMMA buzz, make a note in your diary: the date is Tuesday 7th and Wednesday 8th January 2020 and the place is The NEC in Birmingham. What’s more is it’s free to attend and free to park!

Sussex Transport regularly transport farm and plant machinery all over the UK so if you need help with transporting any form of heavy machinery we’re here to help, advise and guide you. Pick up the phone and speak to one of our highly trained members of staff who are happy to help. If you are looking for transportation to LAMMA then do get in touch as well!

Call us now on 0800 915 23 23 or fill in one of our online contact forms and we will get back to you.