Eima 2016: positive balance for Emak, with 2 special mentions at the Technical Innovation Contest

Major success recorded for Emak's participation at Eima International 2016, where the Emilia-based company presented the latest products from the Efco, Oleo-Mac, Nibbi and Bertolini brands.
Our stand recorded an exceptional number of visitors that outstripped our expectations- explains Emak Marketing Manager Giovanni Masini - “including groundcare professionals and gardening enthusiasts, not to mention Italian dealers and export market distributors from highly dynamic international markets including India and countries in the Middle East and Africa.

Among the new products on show, visitors devoted special attention to the new pruning chainsaws, models MTT 2500 and MTT 3600 from Efco, and GST 250 and GST 360 from Oleo-Mac. These tools stand out for their unique and exclusive all-Italian styling developed by Giugiaro, the world's leading industrial designer, which offers the perfect blend of product quality and functional efficiency, combined with good looks and ergonomics in an innovative design package.

Also the renewal of the Bertolini and Nibbi range received excellent feedback, with the introduction of heavy duty rotary cultivators equipped with a new clutch control with the EHS system, designed to assure ease of use, reduced effort, and the maximum simplification for the user.

Eima has renewed its status as a strategic appointment: apart from being an important showcase for new machines, the event allows us to increase our contacts, especially with potential international customers, and it provides the perfect venue to consolidate our relations with Italian dealers who continue to award us their preference thanks to the breadth of our offering and the constant development of product lines made possible by our investments in innovation and R&D- concludes Giovanni Masini.

Another innovation making a buzz on the stand proved to be the Engine Management System for two-stroke engines, an electronic controller for fuel injection in two-stroke engines that uses ionization current as a feedback signal: an innovation that earned the title of “2016 Special Mentionin the Technical Innovation Contest”. The same award was also bestowed on the Optical chain oil sensor for chainsaws, which provides reliable oil level readings, regardless of the orientation of the chainsaw.