Rädlinger Maschinen- und Anlagenbau GmbH – successful both locally and globally

Rädlinger Maschinen- und Anlagenbau GmbH, which is part of the Josef Rädlinger Group based in Cham, started 2011 successfully. With national and international orders, the first half of the year was very promising for Rädlinger  Maschinen- und Anlagenbau.

At the beginning of the year, Beutlhauser Baumaschinen in Passau placed a special order with Rädlinger, which underlines the good cooperation between the two companies: In mid-February, Rädlinger delivered five swivelling trapezoidal buckets for ditches to Bayerische Staatsforsten AöR. The task of the Bayerische Staatsforsten (State Forestry of Bavaria) is to manage the around 720,000 hectares of state-owned forest in Bavaria and the other land belonging to the Free State amounting to around 85,000 hectares.

In line with the Bayerische Staatsforsten's requirements, Rädlinger produced a special forestry version of the trapezoidal bucket for ditches, with cutting edges on the strengthened right wing and on the main blade. At the request of the customer, a swivel rotator made by Indexator was also built onto each bucket.

Three of the delivered buckets are used in locations in Franconia, the fourth was delivered to the Greater Munich area. An additional spare bucket was ordered. Rädlinger was able to convince the customer through its flexible response to customer wishes and its durable and powerful attachments.

Apart from other national orders, Rädlinger also landed an important international order during the first half of the year. Bilfinger Berger Nigeria GmbH instructed Rädlinger to produce a bucket package consisting of 16 attachments.

Bilfinger Berger Nigeria GmbH is based in Wiesbaden and belongs to the Bilfinger Berger construction and service group. With its Nigerian holding Julius Berger Nigeria PLC, it has been successfully completing construction projects in Nigeria for many years. With around 20,000 employees, Julius Berger Nigeria PLC is the largest private sector employer in Nigeria.

In total, eleven loading buckets of normal to heavy duty designs were produced for attachment to construction machines in Nigeria: as an earthworks or rock version for Liebherr wheelloaders from 9 to 22.5 tonne machine service weight. In addition, Rädlinger delivered five heavy duty back-actor buckets as earthworks or rock buckets, which are required for Liebherr excavators from 20 to 70 tonnes machine service weight.

Following completion at the company's headquarters in the Bavarian town of Cham in the Upper Palatinate region, at the end of April the package was sent on its journey to Nigeria. To survive the sea crossing without damage, all Rädlinger attachments were delivered in special transport racks for the sea transport.

With these orders, Rädlinger has once again proven its capability and convinced its customers through its high-quality products and fast, on-schedule work.

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