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EAMA - Engineering & Machinery Alliance Press release

Monday 15 March 2010


Agricultural Engineers Association joins
Engineering and Machinery Alliance

180 AEA member firms join 1400 in EAMA mechanical engineering lobby


The Agricultural Engineers Association (AEA) and its affiliated groups have become members of the Engineering and Machinery Alliance (EAMA) to lobby in the UK and Europe on behalf of agricultural and outdoor power machinery manufacturers, importers and distributors.

EAMA already comprises ten trade associations, representing 1,400 firms with a turnover of some £7 billion in the mechanical engineering sector.

Martin Walder, EAMA chairman: “We are delighted to welcome AEA into membership and the added dimension this important sector brings to EAMA’s representational spread, particularly in policies related to sustainability and ensuring competitive exports.”

Roger Lane-Nott, Director General AEA: “The AEA is delighted to join EAMA. As a Trade Association that has been going since 1875 we are used to change and there is plenty around at the moment. We believe that working together will provide a much greater voice for the engineering and machinery businesses in UK and we look forward to playing our full part in EAMA.”

UK mechanical engineering turnover is some £32 billion according to the latest ABI figures, including £1.7 billion from the agricultural and forestry machinery producers.


Notes to Editors:

  1. Formed in 2001, EAMA’s ten member associations are: British Automation and Robot Association (BARA), British Paper Machinery Suppliers Association (BPMSA), British Plastics Federation (BPF), British Turned Part Manufacturers Association (BTMA), Confederation of British Metalforming (CBM), Gauge and Toolmakers Association (GTMA), Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA), Printing, Papermaking and Converting Suppliers Association (PICON), Processing and Packaging Machinery Association (PPMA), UK Industrial Vision Association (UKIVA).

  2. Roger Lane-Nott can be reached on: Tel: 01733 207 601