Bauma launches Charity Alliance

By KHL Group14 April 2016

Involved in the presentation were Bill Law from Volvo CE, Rory Devlin from Columna Capital and Pilos

Involved in the presentation were Bill Law from Volvo CE, Rory Devlin from Columna Capital and Pilosio, Denise Johnson from Caterpillar, Messe München's Dirk Sturny and chairman, Klaus Dittrich, and T

Bauma has launched a Charity Alliance to highlight the industry's work in combating hunger and poverty and in promoting education and the environment in the Third World.

The aim of the alliance is to create a strong network and presentation platform to draw attention to social commitment by companies within the construction equipment industry. In addition the alliance hopes to promote dialogue between members and attract more interested parties to become actively involved in the Bauma Charity Alliance (BCA).

According to the BCA, applications are currently restricted to companies exhibiting at Bauma that are also actively involved in charity projects.

Companies currently involved are; Atlas Copco, AUMUND Fördertechnik, MAN, Pilosio, Terex Latin America, Wirtgen, Volvo Construction Equipment, Zeppelin Baumaschinen and ZF Friedrichshafen.

• More information is available on the Bauma website www.bauma.de/trade-fair/specials/bauma-charity-alliance

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