At Bauma 2019, Rockster not only presented its diverse range of products, but also immersed the visitors in new fields of interest. Wolfgang Kormann, CEO of Rockster Recycler from Austria, is convinced that this trade fair really deserves to be called "The World's Leading Trade Fair for Construction Machinery".
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Terex Finlay showcased the latest addition to their 8-Series line up of heavy duty screeners, the ‘883+ triple shaft' at Bauma 2019. This new model has been developed specifically to work in a variety of dry and difficult sticky applications including quarry, mining, sand and gravel, construction and demolition debris and recycling applications.
With more than 620,000 visitors from over 200 countries, bauma 2019, the world's leading trade fair for construction machinery, building material machines, mining machines, construction vehicles and construction equipment, generated the best results in the exhibition's 65-year history. The number of visitors rose by about 40,000 over the total produced during the previous event in 2016. More than 250,000 visitors came from countries outside Germany. The top 10 visitor countries after Germany were: Austria, Italy, Switzerland, France, the Netherlands, Russia, Sweden, the Czech Republic, Poland and Great Britain. The trade fair also experienced a strong increase in attendance from overseas visitors. Significant gains in this group were produced by China, Australia and Japan. More than 5,500 visitors came from China alone. The number of exhibitors totaled about 3,700 from 63 countries - likewise a record.
At bauma 2019 Liebherr presented two material handling machines: LH 18 M Industry and LH 26 M Industry, both specially designed for recycling applications. With these models, Liebherr says the company is positioning itself specifically in the field of small material handling machines, thereby expanding its product portfolio. As an example, for its electric material handling technology, Liebherr presented the LH 26 Industry with mobile undercarriage.
Powerscreen showcased its revolutionary OMNI by Terex technology to help improve jobsite safety and efficiency in operating Powerscreen equipment at the recent bauma 2019.
At bauma 2019, CDE launched a new intelligent wet processing plant featuring the manufacturer's pioneering next generation technology. The new plant utilises advances in machine learning and the Internet of Things (IoT) to monitor and automate previously manual processes, for application in quarries, mines and recycling operations. Enabling the plant to make smart decisions in real time, this latest model can boost productivity by up to 40 percent with a payback period of under six months. (Based on outcome for a beta testing customer in Europe.)
CDE has launched the Combo™ in a move set to revolutionize the wet processing industry.
As the global demand for fully automatic coupler systems is rapidly increasing, Genesis Attachments will from now on offer demolition work tools with SQ type adaptor plates directly from factory. The target is to increase productivity and reduce downtime for end users as the interface between work tools and adaptor plates can be made in a more efficient way with optimized hose routings directly from factory.
Terex Washing Systems (TWS) will present live washing demos of their game-changing AggWash 60 during bauma 2019. This showcase, in conjunction with their German distributors Kolsch and Christophel, is being hosted at Mittermeier (Kolsch customer site), located next to Hall FN 1024 / 1, April 8-14, 2019.
The capabilities of ALLU'srange of Processors and Transformers will be on display at bauma China 2018, Stand A19. As the largest trade show in Asia, bauma China will set the stage for ALLU to show first-hand how its equipment can help construction companies maximise their business, whatever the application.
Terex Corporation continues to implement a series of strategic moves and investments to better position its purpose-built Fuchs material handler business for global expansion and sales growth. Recently, the business was rebranded “Fuchs – A Terex Brand” in key markets for consistent global brand recognition. The Fuchs line also transitioned to the Terex Material Processing segment, which is a better strategic fit for the business within the broader Terex portfolio. Additionally, multiple new machine introductions were made at key international trade shows during the first two quarters of 2016, including the ISRI 2016 Convention in Las Vegas, Nev. and Bauma and IFAT 2016 held in Munich, Germany.
At Bauma 2016, Keestrack presented a representative cross-section of its full product range, including six crushing and screening units, designed specifically as efficient, highly productive mobile processing technology for recycling applications and aggregate production.
Atlas Copco Construction Equipment has introduced its new generation of bucket crusher attachments that offer higher output and greater reliability than previous models. The new bucket crushers – the BC 2500 and BC 3700 – process about 80 percent more material due to their hydraulic drive system. The BC 2500 fits 24- to 33-ton carrier weight classes, and the BC 3700 fits 30- to 42-ton carrier weight classes.
With the material handler LH 26 C Electro Industry, at Bauma 2016 Liebherr presents another representative of the new generation of material handlers with electric drive. The new LH 26 C Electro Industry is perfect for recycling applications, such as material handling, unloading or sorting waste paper, scrap wood and waste products. Efficiency and productivity were the focus during the development of this high-performance machine with compact dimensions.
At Bauma 2016 SBM is launching a new mobile impact crusher – the REMAX 1111 MAXI.