As always at Bauma, the skyline was filled with the latest crane models – here are some of the highlights.
Manotti was for a long time an anonymous supplier of cranes to other brands. This was the second Bauma at which they showed their own range of cranes.
Enerpac showed its new gantry, new SHAS Autonomous Synchronous Hoist System, and new modular jacking system.
Kobelco showed off a new generation of its G-Series crawlers.
XCMG had a new all terrain, a rough terrain, and a knuckleboom.
Shuttlelift targets construction users with its DB 50 mobile gantry.
Palfinger’s stand with its mobile loader cranes at Bauma last month.
Terex’s IC1 Plus control system calculates capacity on-the-fly, taking into account conditions such as outrigger position, for the best performance available at all times. Back in the office, the same live calculations can be used to plan lifts.
Teufelberger showed how its innovative SoLite synthetic rope wears, allowing inspectors and operators to use familiar visual discard critera.
Effer showed cranes in a wide range of capacities at Bauma.
Bigge celebrated its 100th anniversary with a wave of purchases, including this one from Liebherr.
Spierings showed three mobile tower cranes at Bauma this year.
MPG showed one of its big knucklebooms.
* This is a version of an article from the May 2016 issue of Cranes Today magazine.