As always at Bauma, the skyline was filled with the latest crane models – here are some of the highlights.
Terex announced the relaunch of its legacy Demag brand. With it’s history as the developer of a wealth of innovations, including a claim to the first all terrain, the Demag name will be used for the company’s most sophisticated cranes; the Terex name will be used for cranes that demonstrate everyday simplicity and reliability.
Liebherr introduced a new car body concept and adjustable counterweights on its LR 1100.
Turkish manufacturer Hidrokon showed off its first all terrain.
Zoomlion worked with P&J Arcomet to ensure it’s new flat top crane complies with US and global market and regulatory requirments.
Wolff launched its biggest ever topless crane, the Wolff 7534 clear. It also showed a new fly jib for its luffers, aimed at US customers who need to upend large steel and concrete fabrications in cramped city streets.
Goldhofer showed its giant Faktor 5 bridge gantry.
Jaso at Bauma last month.
Hitachi Sumitomo sold its new 350t SCX 3500-3 to Weldex.
Linden Comansa put its cranes on show alongside local dealer BKL, Baukran Logistik.
A capacitive sensor in the rollbar of this hbc-Radiomatic remote can’t be operated by accident.
Sennebogen’s newest crane was the 16t 613 at Bauma this year.
* This is a version of an article from the May 2016 issue of Cranes Today magazine.