International visitors start to arrive at Bauma

On day two of Bauma 2010 more international visitors managed to make it to the show and the first flights arrived. All in all a busier day with Munich and Frankfurt airports opening up for the first flights yesterday evening.

As the week progresses more visitors are expected although some have now abandoned their efforts. On the other hand there were numerous of determined individuals making supreme efforts to be at the big show, with a number visitors driving over 2,500 kilometres, while others took long taxi rides of up to €2,500 after becoming stranded and unable to get a seat on a train.

Here are a few more photos from day two of the show.
The number of international visitors increased on Tuesday as more visitors managed to get to Munich

Matt Fearon of Genie (L) and Jean-Christophe Giroux CEO of Manitou confirm their joint supply deal

The Tadano stand bauma 2010

One of the views from Tadano's booth

A crane mobile on the Tadano stand

Nifty lift managed to make a last minute booking taking advantage of a no-show at Bauma

The Skyjack stand

CTE has kept its most unique new truck mounted product covered and will unveil it this evening at 17:00


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