Bauma 2010 in retrospect

The 29th international trade fair for construction machines, building material machines, mining-industry machines, construction vehicles and construction equipment took place on 25th to 19th April 2010 in Munich. Rädlinger Maschinen- und Anlagenbau GmbH exhibited over the seven day period at Bauma 2010 with the latest developments and technologies in the field. Even if some international visitors did arrive late at Bauma 2010 due to the massive disruptions in European air travel, the brand-new stand of Rädlinger Maschinenbau was very well attended. Once more it was indicated that the trade fair, which is the world's leading and occurs only once every three years, is a must for branch professionals.

The product innovations attracted special interest, such as the new backhoe bucket Futura, the trench clearing bucket 2x 45 with piston-rod protection, as well as the tilt motor Class III L in the excavator Class 24 - 26 tons. The visitors could get a close look at the Rädlinger trench clearing bucket with tilt motor on site, as well as the Rädlinger tilt rotator. The entire product range of the Rädlinger tilt motor product was also displayed of course.

Bauma 2010 also set new records: With 3,150 exhibitors from 53 countries it could again improve its overall exhibitor balance sheet compared to 2007 - in comparison 3,002 exhibitors from 49 countries participated in Bauma 2007. In the halls and on the grounds of the New Munich Trade Fair the latest products were presented to the international construction, building material and mining-industry machine industry over a record ground area of more than 555,000 square meters.

We thank all visitors, customers, suppliers and business partners for their visit, and look forward to a return to Bauma 2013, in Munich on 15th - 21st April 2013!

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