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28.04.2010

Bauma review part 2

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Doosan was showing its new 16 tonne capacity, 10.2 metre DT 160 - made by Dieci


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Genie's new GTH 4018SR telehandler


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Hitachi was using its 9.7 metre HX99B-2 tracked platform to help with its live demonstrations


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The 16 metre platform height Paus GT16A trailer


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Paus was also showing its new 31 metre, 1,600kg PTK 31 trailer crane


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Sany showed several mobile cranes including this SRC550 Rough Terrain


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The 180 tonne capacity Sany SCC 1800


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The 630 tonne Sany SCC 6300 in Sarens colours


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Sany STC 1000


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The new Terex CTL 440-24 luffing jib tower crane with new hoist winch allowing both one and two fall operation


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This Volvo PL4608 pipelayer has a 25 tonne capacity lift at three metres


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It was thought that copyrite and patent infringements kept this XCMG telehandler under cover


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This XCMG 20 tonne capacity ZQ20 was developed in a joint venture with Australia Crane and Machinery where it is known as the ARC20.


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Largest exhibit on the XCMG stand was the QAY240


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Bauma had lots of new products for the cranes and access fans to see


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Bronto was showing its 112 metre S112 HLA truck mounted platform - the world's tallest


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Bauma was full of surprises - this was on the Case stand


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Early in the week attendance was a bit thin, but it was chaos on Friday and Saturday


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Saturday is family day


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Galizia was showing its new GK20 electric (lifting a BMW motorbike) and the improved F200 electric


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Sandrino Ferrarini managing director of Leader in front of its new, low height (2.3 metre) AJ21.10 truck mounted platform


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The propellor driven, twin jib GG tower crane looked like it was from another planet!


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HAB had many new machines and was also showing this side-sliding platform


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Ihimer's three spiders - the LEM 1500, 1800 and 2200


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The Jaso J280PA


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The new Jost 68.4


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Italian manufacturer Leader launched its new 16.7 metre spider


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Liebherr's elevating cab LTM1045 with the 111 tonne hook block from the LR13000 in the background


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Multitel was showing its new 75 metre truck platform


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Latest spider platform from Multitel is the SMX225


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Palazzani was showing this new Eco 27


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The new Snorkel/Pop-Up Drive 10


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The Snorkel stand


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Snorkel TL39


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Snorkel XT24XD


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Spierings has already had a lot of success with its new City Boy


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Zoomlion QAY260


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Palfinger showed its 32 metre P320 with 700kg cage capacity and 11.9 tonne GVW


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Zoomlion RT550 Rough Terrain crane


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One of several new Cormach loader cranes - this is the 135000


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Effer launched several new loader cranes including this 955


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The new Fassi F100T


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Partick Gillis ceo of the GG Crane Group in front of a picture of his radical twin jib tower crane


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Holland Lift's G320 EL30 4WD SN


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The impressive IPAF stand


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The Palfinger PK23002 SH was one of several world premiers on the stand


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Although no-one was able to man the stand, these two XJCM cranes including the 30 tonne Rough Terrain QRY30 made it


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Christer Dijner, managing director of AB Kranlyft (L) with Peter Leeb from Leeb Technik Austria and Ben Kemp from Kemp Netherlands


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The Vertikal.Net stand


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The CMC Barin team


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Thats all folks

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