Kubota's BUEE (Business Unit Engine Europe), boosted by a record year in 2018, will showcase its most comprehensive range of power systems to date at Bauma 2019, Germany. The line-up demonstrates the company's belief that there is no one single fuel type for the future of the off-highway equipment industry.
Every 3 years, INTERMAT Paris, the International Exhibition for Construction and Infrastructure, brings together all the professionals working in construction and public works.
1,500 exhibitors present a wide range of equipment and solutions for construction divided into 4 sectors, showcasing an offering that is fully representative of the building and civil engineering sector: Earthmoving & Demolition, Roads, Minerals & Foundations, Buildings & Concrete Industry, Lifting, Handling & Transportation.
183,000 visitors from 167 countries, representing building contractors (earthmoving, road building, general building contractors, civil engineering, utility networks, lifting, handling, bricklaying, etc.), design and research consultancies, technical inspection centres, laboratories, transportation, industry (manufacturers, quarry and mine operators), contracting authorities (architects, surveyors, landscapers, town planners, local authorities, etc.), rental companies, distributors, importers, wholesalers, etc.
Wacker Neuson is presenting its first fully electric, battery-powered mini excavator at Intermat. The EZ17e performs and handles like a diesel-powered model. Wacker Neuson's range of zero emissions solutions are extremely ergonomic and environmentally friendly – without compromising on machine performance.
Allu Group is exhibiting equipment from its Transformer and Processor ranges at Intermat 2018. In addition to showing equipment, Allu has launched the Allu App and is giving demonstrations at the Allu stand.
Hemisphere GNSS shows flexible and scalable GradeMetrix machine control toolkit for OEMs at Intermat
At Intermat, Hemisphere GNSS has introduced significant achievements of its GradeMetrix OEM toolkit for high-precision GNSS-based machine control and guidance applications and systems. Hemisphere has expanded its portfolio of hardware offerings, including the recently announced A222 Scalable GNSS Smart Antenna, and made significant strides forward with its next-generation GradeMetrix OEM application software platform. Whether it is grading, mining, excavating, piling and drilling, or compaction applications, heavy equipment manufacturers can rebrand the solution and drive feature requirements to sell as their own.
Manitowoc celebrates Potain's 90th anniversary; shows self-erecting and top-slewing tower cranes at Intermat
DEUTZ introduced its first off-highway hybrid concept at Intermat. Combining a TCD 2.9 diesel engine and a 55-kW electric motor, the new concept is the first tangible result of the E-DEUTZ program established in 2017, and opens up significant potential for efficiency gains in drivetrain technology. DEUTZ also presented an EU Stage V certified engine range and new in-line engines with capacities from 9 to 18 litres, while the service business presented its free service app ‘DEUTZ Connect' for remote engine diagnosis.
Intermat visitors will have a chance to view the most recent addition to McCloskey International's product portfolio, the I34R compact impact crusher, during Intermat. This exciting new highly mobile machine will be on display outside the entrance to Hall 6 for the duration of the show.
ADT specialist, Bell Equipment, is showing their four-wheel-drive concept, the Bell B30E 4x4, at Intermat. Suited to small to medium-sized quarries with integrated aggregate production facilities, this truck offers customers distinct advantages over more traditional haulage solutions. The Bell stand (Hall 6A, 104) will also feature the Bell B40E earthmover, a popular model in the company's extensive 6x6 range.