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SED replacement show to launch in 2013
The replacement for the closed SED show in the UK is being lined up for May, 2013 at Stoneleigh Park near Coventry.
Record bauma China as visitors increase 33%
More than 150000 visitors attended bauma China 2010, a record for the show and 33% higher than in 2008.
Sumitomo to increase Chinese excavator manufacturing capacity
Sumitomo will increase the capacity of its excavator plant in China's Tangshan, Hebei province from 3000 units per year to 5000 next year. The Japanese head-quartered company will also start producing larger machines at the factory.
Terex launches shipyard booms at bauma China
Terex AWP is launching two shipyard telescopic booms - the S-3200 and S-3800 - at the bauma China exhibition in Shanghai
Manitowoc MLC100 crawler debut
Manitowoc is showing its MLC100 crawler crane in the iron for the first time at bauma China 2010. It is built for the Chinese market at the company's factory in Zhangjiagang
APEX 2011
The APEX exhibition (14-16 September 2011, Maastricht Exhibition and Conference Centre, the Netherlands) is perfectly timed to capitalise on an increasingly active market.
SED closed down; replacement show being lined up
The SED show has been closed by organiser RBI (Reed Business Information). RBI is also closing the associated Site Equipment Manager magazine and the website,
Isoli increases envelope on 3.5 t chassis
The new machine on the Isoli stand at SAIE was the PT 225 HE+HE, which has the largest working envelope of any of Isoli's machines mounted on a 3.5 t truck. The company was also keen to talk about its boom kits for export and ultra-light steel and versatility, which the company believes characterises all its truck mounted machines for 3.5 t and 6.0/7.5 t chassis.
HIllhead 2010 preview
The UK’s Hillhead show returns this month after one-year postponement due to economic conditions. Steve Skinner reports on some of the highlights that can be expected from the quarry-based exhibition in Derbyshire.
New exhibitors at Executive Hire Show (EHS)
The UK’s Executive Hire Show (EHS) returns to the Ricoh Arena in Coventry on 9-10 February next year with some significant new exhibitors, including Volvo, Bomag and Niftylift.
Scaffold manufacturers see potential in the bc India exhibition
The CIDC (Construction Industry Development Council) predicts that investment in construction in India will rise by 10% over the current year of 2010/11. Interest is said to be particularly high in efficient formwork and scaffolding systems, especially self-climbing formwork systems and slab tableform system formwork.
Bauma China 2010: Stop Press
With Bauma China just around the corner, iC takes a look at the last minute news of products due to be launched at the exhibition.
Self-contained jack
Enerpac’s Pow’r-riser is a hydraulic jack with on board electric or air power.
XGMA alternative energy
Xiamen-based manufacturer to unveil natural gas-powered wheeled loader
Snorkel launches new products and seeks Asian distributors
Aerial platform manufacturer Snorkel uses bauma China to give Asian launches to two recently introduced models and will also show enhancements to two existing platforms. The company is also looking to identify new distributors in “key territories” in Asia.
Some SAIE highlights
The Italian exhibition always brings interesting developments and innovations out of the woodwork. This year was no different with practically every manufacturer of access equipment having something to launch or interesting news. You can read a fuller account of the show in the next addition of Access International, and more detailed information on the website soon. Until then, here are some of the highlights from the show.
Last week for European Rental Awards entries!
Companies have until this Friday to submit entries for this year's European Rental Awards.The deadline is Friday 18 February. The winners will be announced on 8 June in Amsterdam during the International Rental Exhibition (IRE) and the European Rental Association annual convention.
Visitor numbers may have been down, but Bauma was still a giant
The closure of European airports at the start of Bauma week had a definite impact on visitor numbers, but that didn’t stop it from being a mega show.
Bauma A to Z: IRN's guide to the 2010 Bauma exhibition
From electric mini excavators and tiny telehandlers to hand-held breakers and rough terrain scissors lifts, IRN presents its 11-page Bauma Rental Guide.
Over 500 attend first ELEVarte show in Spain
The first-ever Spanish ELEVarte show drew more than 500 visitors from Spain and Europe, said the event organisers IPAF and Spanish publication Movicarga.
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