The project will improve the promoter's offer in the field of electrified solutions for agricultural machinery and power transmission systems for tractors and off-highway vehicles. It will also boost the offer of new digital services. The digitalisation activities aim at improving the overall company efficiency and improve its cyber resilience.
The project covers the promoter's Research, Development and Innovation (RDI) activities in the field of electrification technologies for agricultural machinery, power transmission systems for tractors and off-highway vehicles, as well as material science. It also includes investments for product and processes digitalisation, deployment of digital infrastructure and enhancement of cyber security.
RDI activities in the field of agricultural machinery and power transmission systems for tractors and off-highway vehicles as well as the other activities comprised in the proposed project are not listed in the annexes of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Directive 2011/92/EU amended by the Directive 2014/52/EU. Therefore the project is not covered by the EIA Directive. The Bank's Services will however review the environmental aspects of the project during the due diligence process.
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