Following a six-year absence due to Covid the Intermat show returns. Billed as ‘the exhibition for sustainable construction solutions and technology’ this year’s edition will focus on sustainability with ‘low-carbon’ being a key theme of the event. To explore this theme the organisers say the show is organised around four key pillars: innovation, energy, new equations, and corporate social responsibility (CSR) commitments.

Nearly 1,000 exhibitors are expected offering construction materials, equipment and solutions for major worksites, public works and the building industry.

To help visitor navigate the show and find the areas of most relevance to their areas of interest the showground has been divided into five key clusters: 1) New for 2024 is the new technologies and energies area. 2) Earthmoving, demolition and transportation. 3) Roads, minerals & foundations. 4) Building, Civil Engineering & Concrete Industry. 5) Last but not least, lifting & handling.

To further help Cranes Today readers navigate the show we have complied a breakdown of lifting and abnormal transport related exhibitors. We’ll see you there…

Stand: 5b D094

Swedish company Åkerströms Björbo will present its portfolio of industrial radio control solutions for a range of applications including industrial cranes, mobile machines and vehicles, amongst others.

Stand: EXT6 B024

AMCS is a French designer and manufacturer of electronic devices for jobsite safety. Its products include zoning and anticollision systems, site supervisors, anemometers, aircraft warning lights and video cameras. At the show the company will present its CAM 61 – a high-definition camera suitable for construction and industrial applications.

AMCS claims the CAM 61 provides maximum assistance and comfort in crane operators’ every-day tasks while boosting jobsite productivity. It can be fitted to the trolley or at the end of the jib on luffing jib cranes to offer operators maximum vision of their working areas, in all weather and visibility conditions. A new feature of the CAM 61 that will be showcased at Intermat is that it can now manage counterjibs and travelling cranes for optimised safety and efficiency.

Stand: 5b E152

Lyon, France-based Ascorel will display its products designed to improve safety and efficiency on worksites. Of most interest to Cranes Today readers are its anticollision systems for all types of cranes.

Stand: 5b B130

Autec manufacturers wireless systems for the remote control of self-propelled and stationary machinery for multiple industry applications. At Intermat representatives from the company will be please available to explain about the company’s products including: the FJB portable station unit with 7" TFT LCD colour, suitable for heavy duty environments; the M-PRO cableless control system for self-propelled machines and drilling machines; and the LIFT pushbutton unit for daily use on cranes, overhead cranes or mobile vehicles.

Stand: 5b G129

Bonfiglioli is a worldwide designer, manufacturer and distributor of gearmotors, drive systems, planetary gearboxes and inverters, for applications including mobile machinery and cranes.

Stand: 5a D063

Cummins is a global power leader, supplying diesel, natural gas and hydrogen engines, components including filtration, exhaust aftertreatment, turbochargers, fuel systems, controls systems, automated transmissions, electric power generation systems, batteries, electrified power systems, hydrogen generation and fuel cell products.

At Intermat it will present its new-generation Cummins B6.7H hydrogen engine – suitable for a wide range of machines, with maximum power of 290 hp (216 kW) and maxi-mum torque of 1200 Nm. This is accompanied by NPROXX high-pressure hydrogen storage of up to 700 bar to maximise the operating range.

Stand: 5b E155

Curtiss-Wright’s Industrial Division will use Intermat to showcase its off-highway vehicle controllers, introduce its updated sensor solutions, and continue to promote its commitment to vehicle electrification with its eMobility Solutions portfolio.

On display will be: its CAN actuator – a drive-by-wire alternative to the typical push/ pull cable mechanical shifter to rotate the shift shaft on a variety of on- and off-highway vehicle transmissions; a new joystick controller handle; an updated VTS2021 tilt sensor; plus, it will promote its eMobility Solutions portfolio of power electronics products, including its traction inverters (CWTIs) and latest generation of custom power distribution modules (PDMs).

Stand: EXT5 A045

Özgül Trailer will present its range of tipper semi-trailers, lowbeds, container carriers and platform semi-trailers.

Stand: 5a K078

Euro Auctions conducts unreserved auctions of industrial plant, construction equipment and agricultural machinery on a global basis. Representatives will be available to tell you more.

Stand: EXT5 C049

The French division of loader crane manufacturer Fassi will showcase its latest loader cranes, hydraulic cranes, truck cranes, knuckle booms and articulated boom cranes. The show will also be a good opportunity to make contact with Fassi France’s new managing director, Thomas Levillain, who took up the position on 1st January 2024.

Stand: EXT5 E013

Faymonville will present its range of low loaders, lowbed trailers, flatbed trailers, inloaders and modular vehicles for all tasks in the field of special transport or heavy transport.

Stand: 5b A163

Representatives from German personnel and material hoist manufacturer Geda will be on hand to outline the company’s portfolio. In particular visitors might be interested in its new machine management tool which connects new and existing Geda transport platforms with its tried-and-tested Central system.

Stand: 5b G144

The Royal Van Beest Group’s Green Pin division will show its range of below-the-hook products, including shackles, hooks, swivels, sockets, steel/fibre chain and lifting eyes, designed for a wide range of lifting applications.

Stand: 5b G151

HBC-Radiomatic is a German radio remote control manufacturer for the crane industry. Representatives will be available to explain the company’s product lines, including HBC’s user identification solution for the easy organization of access rights to machines.

Stand: TBC

The Dutch manufacturer will showcase its wide range of mini cranes.

Stand: 5b G156

IFM is a specialist in position and process sensors, sensors for motion control and safety technology. It also offers products for industrial imaging and communication, as well as identification systems and systems for mobile machines.

Stand: 5b B094

Imet will present its industrial radio controls for both the construction and industry sectors.

Stand: 6 A157

Italian company Italcarrelli will showcase its material handling solutions including its selfpropelled transporters.

Stand: EXT5 ZD002

Of interest to Cranes Today readers may be the Germanyheadquartered company’s PowerBully specialist tracked vehicles. They are made especially for operating in rough terrain and have a payload capacity of over 11.5 tonnes with minimum ground pressure. As base for different attachments the off-road tracked vehicles transport bulk solids, materials and attachments to job sites that can’t be reached with wheeled vehicles. Kässbohrer Geländefahrzeug says they are suitable for maintaining oil pipelines, power and telephone lines as well as for firefighting and ground tests.

Stand: EXT5 ZD004

Kinshofer is a worldwide attachment manufacturer for hydraulic truck cranes and excavators.

Stand: EXT6 C119

Kobelco is dedicated to the manufacturing of mini, midsize, conventional and short radius crawler excavators, demolition and dismantling crawler excavators and lattice boom crawler cranes. Representatives will be happy to explain the company’s latest developments.

Stand: EXT5 B017

Komodo will show its range of lowbed and flatbed trailers, low loaders, and semi trailers.

Stand: 5b B060

Products of interest to readers from the spatial data specialist’s portfolio include its Hexagon modular safety awareness solutions and 3D machine guidance software.

Stand: EXT6 C051

Visitors to Liebherr’s stand will be able to see its 125 K –which it says is currently the largest fast-erecting crane on the market. The 125 K offers an initial hook height of approx. 29.5 m as standard. Five tower sections can be inserted to reach a total hook height of approx. 42 m. This allows the crane to handle larger construction projects as well. If the hook height still isn’t sufficient, a 30° luffed jib position enables the crane to reach a hook height of 66 m.

The crane has a maximum load capacity of 8,000 kg and can lift up to 1,300 kg with the jib head at a radius of 55 m. Its exceptional flexibility is also demonstrated by its five radius options, ranging from 35 m to 55 m. The fast-erecting crane can be transported to site by trailer or semi-trailer with the appropriate axles. It travels as a complete unit so that it can be erected directly on site.

No other tools are needed as assembly is achieved by means of low-maintenance rope kinematics.

Also on display will be the new Liduro Power Port (LPO). The mobile battery-based energy storage system can take over the power supply if there is insufficient or no onsite power available. Hybrid or all-electric construction machines can be operated and charged locally with zero emissions.

Stand: EXT5 D001

Italian crane manufacturer Locatelli makes rough terrain cranes and truck mounted cranes and is celebrating 70 years in business this year. As such it promises an ‘epic premier’ at the show.

Stand: EXT5 E032

The Japanese manufacturer will showcase its range of mini cranes.

Stand: 6 C044

Specialists from off-theroad tyre manufacturer Magna will be happy to talk visitors to its stand through its new range of tyre tread patterns.

Stand: EXT5 C043

The Italian crane manufacturer has been building mobile cranes (crawler cranes and truck cranes) for more than 60 years. Its Piacenza factory produces cranes with capacities from 35 to 180 tonnes.

Stand: EXT5 G001

Specialists from trailer manufacturer Nooteboom will be on hand to explain the company’s complete range of abnormal road transport solutions.

Stand: EXT5 C044 / 5a F017

Experts from Sany will be available to talk visitors through its range of cranes which include: truck cranes, all-terrain cranes, roughterrain cranes, truck-mounted cranes, crawler cranes, tower cranes, and loader cranes.

Stand: 5a K120

Scania is one of the world's leading manufacturers of trucks for heavy transport applications, bus and coaches and of industrial and marine engines.

Stand: 5b D094

Tele Radio will show a full range of radio remote controls for cranes and construction equipment. It will share a 40m2 exhibit with sister company Åkerströms. The location was specifically chosen because of its proximity to the area of the expo where cranes and hoists are showcased.

Tele Radio and Åkerströms are both headquartered in Sweden and are part of the Allgon Group, having been acquired in 2018 and 2015 respectively. This will be the first time that the business will have such an international presence at Intermat.

Also on show will be the TEQ waist transmitters. The TEQ line is available in two versions — Basic or Custom — and is targeted at the mobile vehicle sector, including truck cranes.

The Basic line is equipped with standard components and specifications to serve a large portion of the market, at an attractive price; for more exceptional applications, the line can be customised (Custom) to suit special requirements at the point of use.

The full Tele Radio range will be on display during the show. Also on display will be the latest Panther T29-12 handheld transmitter, which was launched last year. The 12-step PLd-certified pushbutton hand transmitter can control a total of 24 different functions at a high security level.

“Cranes, lifting, and hoisting is a big industry for us; we hope to see many interested customers for a wireless solution to tower, mobile, and other crane applications,” says Ludovic Giroud, managing director, Tele Radio France.

Stand: 5a J148

Yokohama TWS is part of The Yokohama Rubber Co. and designs and produces tyre and wheel solutions.

Stand: EXT5 F032

Specialists from the company will be free to talk visitors through the company’s range of mobile and tower cranes.


During Intermat the ESTA Awards 2024 will also take place, on the evening of April 25, at the nearby Hilton Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport. The category shortlists for the 2024 ESTA Awards have now been announced. In total, there are 37 finalists across the ten categories from 12 different countries. They are as follows:

Telescopic cranes lifting capacity ≤ 120 t

M.J. van Riel
M. Verschoor

Telescopic cranes lifting capacity > 120 t

Ainscough Crane Hire
Kraanbedrijf Nederhoff
Sarens BV
Schot Verticaal Transport

Cranes Lattice Boom

Ainscough Crane Hire
Hareket Heavy Lifting and Project Transportation
Mammoet Europe
Sarens NV

Abnormal Transport Total mass ≤120 t

Collett & Sons
Heavy Load Service
M.J. van Riel

Abnormal Transport Total mass > 120 t

Collett & Sons
Kahl & Jansen
Friderici Spécial

Combined Techniques

Huisman Equipment
Wagenborg Nedlift


Prangl Gesellschaft
Liebherr-Werk Nenzing
Nordic Crane


Liebherr-Werk Ehingen
Huisman Equipment


Hareket Heavy Lifting and Project Transportation
Wagenborg Nedlift
Sarens NV


Ainscough Crane Hire
ASA France
Prangl Gesellschaft