All Exhibitions Articles
The first fruits of the alliance between Hitachi and Kawasaki will be on show in the shape of three large wheeled loaders.
Bauma will see Hyundai take the wraps off a brand new excavator range, with the series -9 series comprising 14 new models from 1,6 to 52 tonnes.
Chris Brahler, president and chief executive officer of TT Technologies in Aurora, IL, has been named chairman of the 2011 ICUEE show
Following a record number of entries a shortlist for each category has been drawn up for the 2010 ESTA Awards of Excellence
UpRight's German distributor Power-Lift GmbH brought an X26 electric scissor to fund raising event for the earthquake victims in Haiti.
The 19th Modelshow Europe exhibition event for scale models of cranes, heavy haulage equipment and earthmoving machinery takes place on 20 March 2010 in the Netherlands
The 2010 SED exhibition in the UK has been cancelled because of difficult market conditions. The next show is scheduled for 17-19 May 2011.
Belle Group will use the upcoming Executive Hire Show in February to spearhead the UK launch of a range of façade scaffolds and Plettac branded multi-directional system scaffolding produced by its parent company, the French-based Altrad Group.
Abnormal Load Services (International) Ltd. in the UK has transported an unusual cargo for an art project aimed at raising awareness of connections between deforestation and climate change
Haulotte will not exhibit at Bauma next year and is choosing instead to invest in customer open days organised by its European subsidiaries and on exhibitions in the US and Asia.
The World of Concrete show takes place in February. Steve Skinner previews the event and looks at some of the products that will be launched.
Chinese crane and earthmoving equipment manufacturer XCMG has launched a vehicle for transporting bridge beams
The 10th BICES exhibition held in Beijing, China last week was considered to be a success by both visitors and exhibitors alike.
The BICES exhibition in Beijing this month (November) underlined the fact that the already huge mobile crane market in China is still growing
Platform Basket's 22.10, 22 m working height spider shown at Intermat is now in production, some notable feature of the machine are the radio controlled proportional and simultaneous controls; the articulated fly-jib and the protected pipelines and hoses inside the telescopic booms.
Easylift was showing its newest 22 m truck mount and a 21 m spider at SAIE.
The new compact, diesel, articulated boom from Airo is designed for tight spaces but can also handle rough terrain.
Tecchio was showing the K410-A telescopic boom mounted on the diminutive Bambi chassis. The machine has a 10 m working height and offers a 4.5 m outreach on a chassis with a 2.3 m wheel base.
Among its other recently launched machines Palazzani was showing the Ragno XT J32/C spider. The new machine will replace the XTJ 30 and has a different carriage, boom and outriggers.
Aequimast Italia, the Italian aerial platform dealer that last year became representative for Worldlift Industries and PB Lifttechnik, has added Niftylift to its product line up, becoming exclusive distributor for Niftylift.