Biggest Bauma

25 April 2008

Bauma 2007, held in Germany between 23 and 29 April 2007, will be the biggest ever, organisers claim. An extra 30,000 m2 of exhibition space compared to the 2004 event will take the total size of Bauma 2007 to 530,000 m2.

According to show organiser Messe München it has received requests for five times as much space compared to 2004 from companies based in China and Japan, four times as much from companies based in India and double from exhibitors in Austria, Luxembourg, Turkey, Korea and Greece. Bauma 2007 will also see companies from Bulgaria and Singapore exhibit for the first time.

The increase in size has left organisers confident that the 2004 figures of 2,801 exhibitors and 416,000 visitors will be higher in 2007.

Visitors to the show next year will also find that the products on display will be grouped into new categories. The new product groups, which are intended to make it easier for visitors to find their main area of interest, are “All around the construction site”, “Mining, extraction and processing of raw materials”, “Production of building materials” and “Component and service suppliers”.

Cranes and specialized transport equipment will be in the “All around the construction site” section.

IC will include extensive coverage of the world’s biggest construction equipment exhibition over the next few months.

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