Bauma opens to grey skies

The first day of bauma was cold and overcast, with rain threatening the morning, although it largely held off. The crowds however, turned up to see the world’s largest display of construction equipment. In this brief report from the front line we bring a few more glimpses of the new product launches and stands.
The 40 metre Cela DT40 designed for up&over outreach - alongside BG Gru

The well stocked Dingli stand

The Imer stand

The JLG 520AJ Lithium with two or four wheel direct electric drive and lithium ion battery pack

JLG has also launched an all new stock picking platform the DSP

JLG will change this boom lift livery each day to represent a decade in its 50 year history, starting with the flower power of the 1960s

The Manitou mystery telehandler a six metre/2,500kg MT625E part of its new Oxygen range

Snorkel's new 19ft S3019 slab electric scissor lift

The scissor stack stows within the chassis - overall height is just 1.77 metres the lift is just 770mm wide

The 75 metre Socage 75TJJ

Tadano's new four axle 100 tonne ATF 100-4.1 with 60 metre main boom

Zoomlion stand with its new range of All Terrains

Ruthmann's new 30 metre TB300 on a 3.5 tonne Mercedes Sprinter chassis has over 17 metres of outreach

Holland Lift's HL 220 E12 now features outriggers and 90 degree steering

...alongside a new spider lift, the 11 metre Ruthmann Bluelift SA11P

JLG updated to its 70s look on the Tuesday

Magni unveiled the RTH 13.26 SH telehandler

LGMG showed its new Rough Terrain scissor lifts

Ronan Mac Lennan (L) and Maurice Jassies of LGMG

Andy Access braved the weather

Still dozens more to go. Our main review will come after the show, but in the meantime we will try and paste a few more pictures from the big event.


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