Frilvam at Agricultural Film 2018

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Frilvam at Agricultural Film 2018

Frilvam at Agricultural Film 2018

Frilvam at Agricultural Film 2018


Agricultural Film 2018 is an event that has reached its eleventh edition, an international convention that involves the best specialists in agricultural coverings, producers of raw materials and films, cooperatives, farmers and public and private organisations involved in agriculture. The goal is to create a forum to aid improvement, networking with professionals and global centres excellence in the sector.


From 17 to 19 September at the “Melia Castilla”, one of the most luxurious hotels in Madrid located in the city centre. The best solution to get to the Spanish capital is by air, with frequent flights from Italy and connections to the main Italian cities. From Madrid Barajas International Airport to calle del Poeta Joan Maragall, 43 (the address of the hotel), all you need to do is take the underground train, get off at the Ventura Roriguez stop and then walk a short distance.

” Modern agriculture is an evolving market. This is the premise on which Frilvam, with great pleasure and interest, has decided to take part in Agricultural Film 2018. Being in Madrid also means continuing to study and never feeling satisfied with the results achieved so far. Over the years, plastification and agriculture have almost become two parallel worlds. Staying up-to-date on their technological developments is undoubtedly a duty

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Frilvam will also be at Agricultural Film 2018 in order to meet lots of farm producers and customers. Meetings have already been planned and others will be arranged once we arrive in Madrid. We will display the many products in our catalogue, with particular interest in the new range of anti-fog masterbatches.


The cliché that Madrid is the capital of a state which is rich in tradition has almost completely disappeared. True, the Spanish city is the cradle of the national culture, but recent decades have brought urban advancement to the city – from the technological, modernisation and avant-garde point of view – capable of transforming it into a trendy city with a very international flavour.

Casa Alberto
calle de las Huertas 18
Founded in 1827, it is one of the oldest establishments in the city. The building is where Cervantes wrote his masterpiece Don Quixote della Mancha. Among the typical dishes, you can try the rabo estofado, stewed bull’s tail.

El Jardin Secreto
calle de la Montera 37
On the fourth floor of the Salvador Bachiller boutique is a gastrobar resembling a greenhouse. A truly unique place where you can eat tapas or drink a good vermouth (which is called vermút here).

Westin Palace Hotel
Plaza de las Cortes, 7
Very welcoming establishment dedicated to all lovers of good music. Indeed, the large atrium inside often hosts jazz, classical, soul and swing concerts.
Built in 1880 and, at the time, a private home for a family of artists. Nowadays, it’s a stately building that still boasts beautiful hints of its past: like an old theater and a literary parlor dating back to the 1920s.

The Prado Museum
calle Ruiz de rimi 23
One of the most important art galleries in the world. Tiziano, Goya and Duiego Velazquez are just some of the best known names you can come across inside. Among the most famous works is “The 3 May 1808”, painted by Goya.

calle Echegaray 15
In Madrid there is a ballroom where you can satisfy your desire for flamenco. Opened in 1994, world famous dancers such as Joaquin Cortes, Etrella Morente and Jorge Pardo have graced these parts. There are three shows a day: at 6pm, 8pm and 10pm.