International exhibition of technologies and solutions for efficient and sustainable agriculture

The International Exhibition of Solutions and Technologies for Efficient and Sustainable Agriculture brings together farmers, breeders and producers, from small or large farms, from France and abroad.
The next edition of SIMA will be held from Sunday 24 to Wednesday 27 November 2024, in Paris Nord Villepinte. Usually held in February in odd years, the show is now positioned for four days in November in even years, to fit more logically into the business decision cycle.
The show presents a complete offer to meet the needs of all farmers, regardless of farm size and production method, for field crops, specialized crops and livestock.

SIMA confirms its position as a leader in the sector with enriched content and an even greater emphasis on innovations throughout the agricultural sector:

Promosalons offices in more than 20 countries promote SIMA internationally.

Key figures (2022)

  • 153,000 professional visitors
  • 18% international , 120 nationalities represented
  • 1,000 exhibitors , 37 countries represented
  • 6000 students

Sectors represented by exhibitors at the last session

A comprehensive offer:

  • Tractors and power equipment
  • Components, parts and accessories, onboard electronics
  • Tilling, sowing, planting
  • Harvestry (fodder, cereals, root crops, fruits and vegetables, etc.).
  • Post-harvest (cleaning, sorting, drying, packing)
  • NEW! Equipment for tropical and specialised crops
  • Handling, transport, storage and buildings
  • Livestock equipment and facilities
  • Milking and dairy equipment
  • Breeders, breeders’ associations
  • Countryside and forest management
  • NEW! Professional equipment for parks and gardens
  • Sustainable development, renewable energy
  • Trade organisations, services, consulting
  • Management, IT, software

Visitor profile

  • Buyers (arable and livestock farmers, traders, cooperatives, government officials, etc.)
  • Specifiers (farmers, breeders, traders, cooperatives, government officials, etc.)
  • Farm managers, company managers