28.09.2019

JDL photo tour

France’s specialist crane and aerial lift exhibition JDL was held last week in Beaune Vertikal.net was in attendance, checking out the news and views and getting a feel for the market. The weather just about held off what was a very well attended event, in terms of exhibitors and visitors. This was particularly true of the crane industry, a little less so for access, due to the absence of both local producers – Haulotte and Manitou. Everyone else participated though making it a first class event, but given all the focus on Bauma this year there were naturally few new products on display, with most of the exhibits being units unveiled at the big international show earlier this year.

The following is a photo overview, it is by no means fully comprehensive but will give an impression of the event. We will add further pics in the coming days.

The official opening of JDL 2019(L-R)Marie-Laure Rakic of the Mayor’s office with Frédérique Taraquois of JDL and the mayor of Beaune Alain Suguenot

While day 1 was a little and quiet day two remained dry and was very busy

An overview of part of the show from the Potain tower crane elevator

The Palfinger stand from above

Demonstrating the Almac Jibbi

The Bravi stand

CMC spider lifts out in force

CTE is distributed in France by France Elévateur

A 28m France Elévateur TB284-TBE with more than 21m of outreach on the Loxam stand

A view from the front

France Elévateur had a strong focus on electric and hybrid models

The new 46ft Genie GS4655 slab scissor lift was a prominent new model on the Terex stand

Genie’s big four metre platform option

The new extra long boomed Grove GMK 5250XL-1 – a surprise launch at Bauma

The Hinowa stand with a full suite of platforms including its latest hybrids

The new Hoeflon C30e spider crane

The Idrogru 90t KT163 truck mounted crane distributed with the company’s new deale S.N.M

JCB’s new C30-19e - 3,000kg/four metre electric industrial telehandler with its new 360 degree model behind

The combined Fassi ATN and Jekko stands

The JLG stand

JLG had a focus on the new 45ft all electric boom lift the EC450AJ

The unit is a good deal simpler in many ways than the diesel model

A new 10 tonne JMG crane sold to rental company Transmanutec

Jolly Location’s 51m Ruthman truck mount demonstrates its long levelling jacks

Klaas and Cormagh crane booms in close proximity

The Klubb stand with all electric van mount for urban applications

The Liebherr stand

The Multitel stand with a strong focus on its range of Hybrid models, including the new 20m 3.5 tonne model

The Niftylift stand – the company’s hybrid booms are now gaining a following in France

The Palfinger PCC 115 002 articulated spider crane

Platform Basket demonstrated the high jacking and extreme levelling ability of its 43m Spider 43T

(Potain’s internally mounted Cab-In operator elevator –
can be factory fitted or retrofitted)
With elevators now mandatory on cranes of over 30m, Raimondi also showed its elevator option

The Sinoboom stand with Daniel Duclos holding court

The Skyjack stand

Spierings is now making inroads into the French market – this unit sold to Transmanutec

Terex Crane’s latest tower crane cab

The Teupen Leo 35T Plus

Kobelco displayed a CGK 900G-2

Versalift’s new 16.5m VDTL 165F

Wolffkran’s 133B hydraulic luffing jib tower crane

Ormig’s 40 tonne 40i crane sold to Cochez

For the first time Demag and Tadano shared a stand – effectively two adjoining stands, the company is cross training its service staff and working on its long term strategy

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