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The hemp market is booming and many farmers are ready to catch the wave and start growing it for its various uses which are expansive. The best way to get in and growing fast is to use a reliable and proven transplanter. Hemp is a multi-faceted plant– The hemp plant fibers have many industrial uses in the manufacturing of paper, textiles, clothing,…

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The Checchi & Magli company was founded in 1976 in Budrio in the province of Bologna where the headquarters and the 3 production plants are still present today; in 2006 a sales office was opened in the United States to shorten distances and provide ever more immediate support to the North American customers.

The company’s core business consists of the transplanter machines for vegetable, tobacco and nursery seedlings for which the company is world leader with an export amount that is steadily around 80% of the total turnover.

Present in 65 countries

United States
Italy
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Canada
Spain
South Africa
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Portugal
Mexico
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