Intermat in 80 pictures

This is our main Intermat photo review, see the show in 80 pictures, with more reports to follow as we look in more detail at some of the new product launches.

While this year's exhibition, the first in six years, was far smaller than previous Intermats, there was still plenty to see and quite a few all-new products to discover.

On the telehandler side it was all about compact electric models, and larger more sophisticated rotos, while aerial lift innovations were mostly found on the truck mounted displays. As to cranes there were far fewer exhibitors, but several Italian manufacturers had new models and innovations, while Liebherr had its new 150 tonne telecrawler and updated LTM1300-6 on display. See also Intermat underway
The Ausa stand with a decent display of telehandlers...

...Including one on a special lightweight transport trailer

Bobcat's prototype 2,500kg/6m TL25.60e compact telehandler

...The cab has a massive 'transparent' LED display screen covering most of the right side window

Bobcat's radar based rear view system

LVM Nacelles with Easy Lift RA31 spider lift and Cela truck mounts

The 25m Cela DT 25 platform can be quickly swapped for a hoist, converting the 25m lift into a light duty crane

The 23m Cormidi KB23 spider lift and crane…

…With its unusual multi aspect jib

A new Deutz ‘Power Tree’ on site power source

The new 2,600kg/6m Dieci compact all electric Apollo 26.6...

...And the new 4,500kg/17m Icarus 45.17 straight frame telehandler

Electroelsa’s P26 mastclimber plus new 1,000kg, 2,300kg and 5,000kg material and personnel hoists all equipped with mast bolt detectors

On The Electroelsa stand (L-R) Samuele Bigazzi, Lisa Taliani and Giorgio Taliani

The ELS stand was relatively quiet

Faresin telehandlers on the stand with Labrosse & You

The Fassi France stand

The Geda stand

Genie ‘flew the flag’ for major western aerial lift manufacturers with its distributor SNM

The HBC Radiomatic stand right next to Vertikal as it always is at Bauma

Hoeflon appeared to have a good show with its innovative cranes

Imer's new 19m all electric spider lift, the IM R190SA EVO Lithium

Comet truck mounts on the Imer stand, Imer is the Comet distributor for France

Comet’s new 14m Eurosky 14|2|6 HQ jib – also available as a 16m

Near the entrance IPAF’s stand with (L-R) Faith Cobaine, Peter Douglas, Matteo Malacarne and Mike Ashton

Also (L-R) Courtney Kellett, Matteo Malacarne and Anouck Sauer

The Labrosse & You stand with a JMG pick & carry crane on show

The Kiloutou stand

The Klubb group stand with a Klubb van mount, a 16m Isoli PT16 - now sold in France under the Klubb brand

New 21m Klub Xtenso 4 all electric heavy truck with 180km range

The new Kobelco TKE750G telescopic crawler is tough enough for extreme foundation work

A younger generation explore the new crane

A highly detailed scale model of the Kobelco with grab by Jan Meendering, who worked as a crane operator with van t Hek for 26 years. It took him six years and 2,200 hours to complete. It also has the full 60m boom and 60m luffing jib

LGMG displayed 10 new models making their first public outing at Intermat...

They included the new 80ft AR24J boom liftz with a choice of diesel or pure electric power and the SR2024E 65ft RT scissor

The Liebherr stand had several cranes on show…

…and it had to be the busiest stand on the show - well it was lunchtime and free food was involved!

Liebherr’s new 150t LTR1150

The 50t electric powered LTC 1050-3.1E city crane

The new Liebherr T32.7E 3,200kg/7m electric telehandler

A view from the rear

Liebherr’s new LTM1300-6.4 with new chassis cab

..apart from the cab and Liccon3 it is much the same as the 6.3

Including load charts and the eight section 90m boom

The 66ft Liugong LA20JE-Li electric articulated boom lift

Locatelli’s new 100t RT

...The company celebrated 70 years in business at the show

A demonstration of Ludwig System’s automatic hooks

And a miniature version of its self-levelling beam

The Maber stand

Maeda had a substantial stand at the event this year with its latest spider cranes and mini crawlers

Magni unveiled its first compact telehandler, the 3,000kg/6m TH3.6 diesel, but with an electric model possible for the future

Magni says the cab is among the widest for a compact model

Magni also showed a new elevating and tilting cab for some of its 360° models

...Which employs a parallelogram mechanism

Magni also had one of its boom lifts on display, part of its deal with Dingli

Marchetti’s 25 tonne all electric hybrid Sherpina 25.25 telescopic crawler attracted a fair bit of attention

California’s MEC at its first Intermat in an eon, if not ever

Pat Witte (L) with Laurent Montenay who has just joined MEC to cover Europe

The Merlo stand

The new 2,500kg/9m Merlo 25.5-90-4WD Eworker telehandler

The Merlo Cingo based Handler 400 mini telehandler

The Methodcad stand with job/liftplan CAD software was surprisingly popular

The cranes built by mobile self-erecting tower crane maker Montarent are now fully endorsed by Potain for its dealers to sell

MST from Turkey - the same group as ELS and Custom/Hy-brid - showed a new 4,200kg/7m telehandler the MP7.42-125 and announced the 3,500kg/7m MH7.35

The Multitel stand

Exhibits included the 35m MZ350 Hybrid

In the foreground the 17m MXE 170 and to the rear the new 16m 160 ALU- R hybrid telescopic

The PBF - Platform Basket/Elma - stand

The company has added a simpler, lower cost version of its tracked mast boom, the Heron 10 SB without the levelling jacks, or the quick release platform or the ability to convert into a small crane etc…

The Heron‘s crane and winch attachment can lift 250kg

The Elma PCR12 can lift 990kg and manage 1,100kg on its carry deck

Sany showed three of its new European style telehandlers

The Sunward stand, complete with new boom lift

Terex cranes on the SNM stand

Teupen - no mention of its acquisition by Altec, but the new 27m spider lift was on display

Trackunit kept busy throughout the show

Parts specialist TVH was even busier

A surprising exhibitor - United Rentals - with a focus on temporary power

The Versalift/France Elévateur/Ruthmann stand - while small it had the largest truck mount at the show, the 51m Ruthmann T510 sold to Mediaco

The Wacker Neuson/Kramer stand

One of the very few full tower cranes on the Zoomlion stand

The 100 tonne Zoomlion ZCT 10000V5 telecrawler

The 53ft Zoomlion ZS1623R

The 186ft Zoomlion ZT58J telescopic boom lift