02.05.2018

Intermat wrap up

In case you did not know, Intermat was held last week in Paris, and while much quieter than three years ago exceeded many exhibitors expectations.

Here is our second photographic overview/tour in order to give those of you who did not attend a flavour of how it looked, and what equipment was on display. Check out the first review by clicking here
If you missed out on this year’s big international exhibition – do not fear – Vertikal Days is now just two weeks away and actually has more cranes and aerial lifts on show in a smaller area.
Visitors entering the outside area received copies of the Vertikal Guide to Intermat

Fraco mastclimber stand in Hall 5b

Tobroco/Giant's mini telehandler demonstrates its strength

Palfinger Epsilon loader crane with grab attachment

Scissor lifts on the Imer stand in Hall 6 with side deck extension

In France Comet truck mounted lifts are distributed and branded by Imer

In case you wondered about the most original paint job at the show...But what make is it?

Vertikal's Nicole Engesser keeping the visitors informed

The show attracted plenty of visitors on Saturday morning

The Skyjack stand was extensive with most models on display

One of two cranes on the JMG stand, this one sold to leading French rental company Mediaco

Holland Lift showed just one hybrid scissor lift, but had a good show

On the Time Versalift stand Per Torp from Denmark and president Jay Jeffrey from the USA

Haulotte's Star mast type lifts with the new 13ft crawler model the company now has the most extensive line of this type of lift, topped by a 20ft (8m work height) model

(L-R) Arij van Adrighem of Adrighem, Michele Mortarino of Locatelli and Piet van Adrighem of Adrighem - confirm an order for eight new 50 tonne Locatelli Rough Terrain cranes

The Maeda/Kranlyft stand

Hinowa's new 33 metre Ligthlift 33:17 spider lift

Sennebogen's new 673E tele crawler crane

Tadano's new 60 tonne ATF60G-3 has a single superstructure mounted engine, driving the chassis through a mechanical drive train through the slew ring

Palfinger's 37 metre P370KS on a 4x4 chassis with counter rotating superstructure

Haulotte was generally busy throughout the show

Visitors checking Merlo's latest tilting cab

Another view of the Merlo stand

Given the lack of equipment the Vertikal stand attracted a surprising number of visitors and interest

Hinowa highlighted its new Mark II Lithium power pack with a special green and white paint scheme on 15.70 spider lift

Manitou launched the 180 ATJ third generation articulated boom lift

Manitou's new MT 420 telehandler

German rental company Gerken has taken the first Bluelift Ruthmann 31m SA31 spider lift

Klaas trailer and truck aluminium cranes

Xavier Guibert (L) of Guibert Freres from Saint-Pierre et Miquelon - the French territory off the coast of Canada - placed an order for a new 50 tonne Locatelli 55/50 with Michele Mortarino of Locatelli

The Cormidi stand

An 18.5m Klubb Xtenso3 platform on a Unimog chassis on the Mercedes' stand - it is now an official Mercedes installation partner

A telehandler mounted roofing platform with solid overhead guarding

A 10 metre Airo V10 E mast boom lift

ATN's new Piaf 12E Max

Liebherr launched its Rough Terrain cranes in France with the 90 tonne model

Platform Basket Spider 33.15 spider lift alonside the new 30T

A 90 tonne Kobelco crawler crane the first of five cranes sold to UK based Q Crane & Plant Hire

The hand over of rental company Locnacelle’s second 90m Bronto -(L-R) Jean-Marie Faust and Eric Darne of Scania , Alain Lescureux, Mme Lescureux, Laurence Tabillon and Mr Tabillon of Locnacelle with Dominique Allemand of Bronto Skylift

Scissors lift on the ELS Lift stand

ELS also showed a new boom lift and a new mast boom

The double deck GGR Unic stand

Benito Saporito hosting the cool Holland Lift stand

Liebherr's new telehandlers

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