Customers exhibit Rädlinger products at trade fairs

In September, Rädlinger Maschinen- und Anlagenbau GmbH presented their products at two trade fairs. Rädlinger presents their attachments not only at their own booths, but also at customers, such as at the NordBau trade fair in Neumünster and the GaLaBau trade fair in Nuremberg.

At NordBau, you could find the Rädlinger excavator shovel with twin mounting at the booth of the Hamburg company, Behrens + Lüneburg, and with single mounting at the booth of VRT-North from Dänischenhagen. In front of the entrance to the trade fair grounds, visitors already received a Hyundai R210LC-9 Long reach from the company STRIMAK from Breitenfelde, with a Rädlinger ditch bucket open 2000 mm as a slope bucket with deep cutting.

At GaLaBau, visitors were able to put the Rädlinger excavator shovels with twin mounting to Takeuchi excavators under the microscope twice. The company Schäfer, Takeuchi general importer for Germany, showed the mounted excavator shovel, both at the booth in the hall and also during demonstrations in the outdoor exhibition area. Trade fair visitors were also able to discover Rädlinger products at the JCB Baumaschinen booth. A Rädlinger tilt rotator with Rädlinger tilt grading bucket was attached to a JS 145 mobile excavator.
 
Visit us at one of our next trade fairs. The dates will be announced here on the website.


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