Bauma update!

17 November 2022

The behemoth that is Bauma is almost here. We take a latest look at what’s on offer…

WHAT?: Bauma 2022
WHEN?: Monday 24 – Sunday 30 October 2022
Mon-Fri: 09.30-18.30
Sat: 08.30-18.30
Sun: 09.30–16.30
WHERE?: Messe Munchen, Munich, Germany

The largest equipment show on earth returns to Munich this October. Having originally been scheduled to take place in April the new date seemed to work for most, with Bauma saying 97 percent of exhibitor space was confirmed by January this year.

With the announcement that Bauma China has now been cancelled there is more pressure than ever, for the organisers (and some of the exhibitors), to ensure Bauma Munich is a success.

“In the personal conversations we have with exhibitors and visitors, we hear one thing over and over again,” said Klaus Dittrich, chairman and CEO of Messe München. “They are really looking forward to having face-to-face discussions and, of course, to experiencing the special atmosphere that only Bauma can create.”

Quite how this special atmosphere translates into sales will be key for many exhibitors, as the future of trade shows is under particular scrutiny at the moment. The balance between new working patterns, growing environmental awareness – particularly towards reducing air miles, and the ever-increasing cost of tradeshows set against the rising cost of living is still to be determined.

Yet with so many people finally ‘reuniting’ post Covid this elusive buzz should be palpable. And although it’s not quite the official Octoberfest we’re sure plenty of beer will be drunk and contracts subsequently pledged!

On the following pages are some of the exhibitor stands that may be of interest. A full list can be found on the Bauma website:


Spain-headquartered Alba- Macrel Group will present a selection of rack and pinion hoists for passengers and materials alongside steel reinforcing bars and light weight machinery. 


France-headquartered AMCS will present its anti-collision, zoning, anemometer, lifting camera, site supervision and IoT lifting solutions. “After more than three years and a world pandemic, we are looking forward to meeting the whole cranes world again,” it said.

Experts from the company will also be able to explain the company’s full involvement with mixed-use building project the Thai Summit Tower (SMT), a 45-storey building in Bangkok, where its DCS 61-S anti-collision systems are being used.


German tower crane manufacturer AMS will be happy to explain to visitors about its range of AK flat-top cranes, which can be flexibly designed with boom lengths of 55 to 80 m and maximum load capacities of 6 to 20 t. AMS tower cranes are designed and produced in-house in Germany. Only the electronics development takes place in cooperation with the German company NTK Ingenieurbüro.


Ascorel is a French manufacturer of anti-collision solutions designed for use in extreme conditions. It also makes onboard electronic systems designed to improve monitoring and safety of machines used in public works, mines and quarries, offshore platform and fire-fighting.

At Bauma vistors can learn about its MC 603 anti-collision zoning and load indicator system, its Supervisor management tool for its anti-collision systems, and its Alizé wind speed indicator. Ascorel is also the exclusive dealer of Arcon remote controls.


Italian control systems manufacturer Autec will present its range of remote controls for construction machinery. New controls include the M-PRO and R-PRO waist-held cableless control systems. Autec says these two Dynamic/Dynamic+P portable stations have a medium to high number of actuators, high control reliability, modern and ergonomic design, and remarkable battery autonomy.

The company has also expanded its AIR series Sidekick range with the waist-held SK8B and SKL controllers: SK8 has 2 rows of actuators and can house a 1.8" display, while the SKL allows for up to two linear joysticks.


German sales and rental house Bavarialift offers a range of lifting devices focussed on goods lifts, trailer cranes, and mobile vertical lifts.

It says its personnel and goods lifts have a stable, compact, design and so require less space than conventional cranes and work platforms.

It adds its trailer cranes have compact dimensions and a low dead weight and even powerful models can be pulled by just a car.

The company believes that its mobile vertical lifts offer a safe alternative to ladders on the construction site.


German tower crane manufacturer BBL will present the latest developments relating to its Wotan tower cranes, including the BBL 5022 Wotan, the BBL Skyworker 5544, the BBL Portal 120/8 and the BBL Rohrturm RT20/30. BBL says its services also include crane rental, customer service and diagnostics, site planning and operator training.


Passau, Germany-headquartered sales and rental house Beutlhauser Group will inform visitors about it and its partners’ innovations. Amongst its solutions on display will be machines, devices, tools, and consumables for construction sites, intralogistics and road maintenance applications.

In addition, it will be highlighting its digital solutions with daily meetings (10:00am: digital machine and device management with OneStop Pro / 10:30am: Construction site of the future: Solutions and new products from Smart Systems).


US-headquartered crane sales and rental giant Bigge, founded in 1916, will be happy to discuss all things cranes and construction with those interested in its bare lease, crane sales, crane and rigging, transportation, pre-planning, project management, and engineering services. Bigge has over 1,500 cranes in its fleet comprising truck cranes, all-terrain cranes, rough terrain cranes, crawler cranes, tower cranes, boom trucks, and hoists. 


German crane sales and rental firm BKL will be at a new stand location outside, sharing a stand that’s over 350 square metres, with Italian self-erecting tower crane manufacturer Cattaneo. There it will present a range of construction cranes, mobile cranes, mobile construction cranes and crane services. Its fleet comprises over 1500 cranes

This is the 15th time BKL will have exhibited in Bauma and, as such, it says its “participation will be a big one”!


German truck crane manufacturer Böcker will use Bauma to launch its new electric AK 48e truck crane. According to Böcker the fully electric steel-aluminium truck crane can operate completely electrically in crane and platform mode, plus it can travel to the construction site powered exclusively by electricity utilising a Mercedes eActros.

Also on display will be other electric solutions – including its AK 37e truck crane, its AHK 36e trailer crane, and its Junior 24e inclined lift – all of which are powered by a 230 V electric motor.

This means they can now be powered by connection to a normal household socket enabling permanent electric operation on any building. The new developments operate with optimised consumption and require significantly less energy than comparable devices, says Böcker. Their strong battery capacity also ensures long self-sufficient use even without an external power supply. As a hybrid, the 230 V truck crane AK 37e can operate either in plug-in mode or use the truck's conventional PTO combustion engine for power supply.

Böcker will also be offering visitors to its stand platform rides in its AK 52 truck crane which has been converted into an aerial work platform that can carry up to six people.

In addition, the company’s Super-Lift LX-PM rack-and-pinion construction hoist and its Super-Lift MX-PM, both for personnel and materials, will be on display. 


Italian company Boman welcomes visitors to learn about its services which include the production of high-strength structures and mechano-welded components for cranes and mobile cranes. It also designs and builds industrial equipment.


Bonfiglioli, established in 1956, is a worldwide designer, manufacturer and distributor of a complete range of gearmotors, drive systems, planetary gearboxes and inverters for mobile machinery, including cranes. 


Italian company Brennero sells and rents truck cranes and aerial platforms utilising its extensive distribution network. The company also has its own range of compact crawler cranes, plus it offers operator training and equipment maintenance services.


Kampen, The Netherlands-based trailer manufacturer Broshuis says it will show a wide range of trailers including: the 10-axle PL2 semi low loader double extender (3+7); the 6-axle PL2 Semi Low Loader; the 3-axle Semi Low Loader with Eco Ramp; 3+5 PL2 HD Dolly Low Loader; and the 3-axle PL2 HD Low Loader.


Gantry and overhead crane specialist Brunnhuber can be found on Ralf Teichmann’s stand. Brunnhuber has been a successful manufacturer of cranes since 1900 supplying gantry cranes, overhead cranes and container cranes, as well as special cranes for manufacturing and production processes.

Representatives will be available to outline the company’s full range of services, which include: steel mill cranes; power plant cranes; process cranes; gantry cranes; overhead travelling cranes; special cranes; agriculture cranes; and components including winches, hoists and hook blocks.


Italian specialist off-road transportation vehicle manufacturer Caron will be happy to explain its latest products available for specialist applications and environments specialising in alpine work, agriculture - including plantations, vineyards and orchards, forestry, industrial and municipal.


Casar manufactures and supplies wire rope for a range of different cranes including tower cranes, ship and offshore cranes, heavy duty industrial cranes, harbour and container cranes, factory cranes, mobile cranes and mining applications.


Italian gantry and lifting beam manufacturer CLP produces hydraulic lifting gantries up to 1,200 tonnes; 150 to 360 tonne capacity lifting beams; and skidding systems up to 400 tonnes. It is also available for design and manufacture of custom designed equipment. At Bauma it is sharing a stand with Mouvers.


Spanish tower crane manufacturer Comansa will launch a new luffing jib tower crane: the LCH300. The company says the new crane marks a milestone as its first ever hydraulic model.

It has a maximum load capacity of 16 tonnes and a modular jib with a reach of 25 to 60 metres, with configurations every five metres.

The crane can be assembled with 2.5 x 2.5m tower sections. It has a minimum working radius of four metres and a minimum radius of nine metres when out of service.

It has manual transmission combinations of 1T (direct pulling) and 2T. The maximum load capacity is 8t with the 1T configuration and 16t with the 2T configuration. The maximum load at the jib end is 3,400 and 3,150kg, respectively.

The luffing moves the jib and counter jib jointly by a hydraulic cylinder at the cathead and jib hinge assembly. The hydraulic pump unit is located on a movable platform in one piece.

From the cabin there is direct visibility of the 50kW (standard) or 65kW (optional) lifting mechanism. The Effi-Plus technology enables users to increase the speed of the lifting mechanism without affecting consumption, which allows loading cycles to be reduced, thereby improving the productivity of the crane.

The design of this new rotating part - jib, cathead and counter jib - as well as the mechanism, cabin and hydraulic unit platforms, optimises the transport of this model, which may be supplied by eight trucks or containers.

This new luffing jib crane from Comansa incorporates the Cube Cab (L or XL) with Split type air conditioning. The cabin platform, like the lifting and hydraulic unit platforms, can be transported in a single piece.

Comansa says now, with the incorporation of the LCH300 hydraulic model, the luffing mechanism is optimised to offer even greater performance and an efficient assembly, as well as reduction of the radius when out of service.

A new fleet management product/app will also be presented, plus a new bolted mast section especially for the European market.


Montichiari, Italy-based producer of truck mounted cranes, recovery cranes and platforms will be available to talk to visitors about its full range of products.


Paris, France-headquartered Creative Business Solutions is a company of civil engineers that specialises in developing MethoCAD software under AutoCAD and Revit for tower cranes.


Italian pick and carry and electric cranes specialist Delta can be found on Raimondi’s stand and will happily explain its latest products.


Oppenau, Germany-based special vehicle manufacturer Doll produces transport vehicles for timber transport and heavy transport, plus for the airport equipment and defence sectors.


Centrepiece of the Enerpac stand will be its new SBL600 telescopic hydraulic gantry along with its entry-level gantry system – the ML40 Mini Lift Gantry. The company’s new E-mover battery-powered load skate will also be demonstrated together with its SCJ-Series 50T Cube Jacks-Ups.

The stand will also show Enerpac’s range of industrial tools and cylinders. 

The SBL600 Super Boom Lift hydraulic gantry is a three-stage telescopic hydraulic cylinder with a rectangular boom for increased capacity. It offers a first stage lifting capacity of 674 tonnes and 416 tonnes at the third stage. It has a lifting height of 10.6 metres making it particularly suitable for applications such as placing gas turbine generators and power transformers in powerplants, says Enerpac.

The new Enerpac EMVSeries E-mover batterypowered load skate is a self-propelled skate with a central load bearing plate. It is designed to be used in conjunction with the Enerpac MLS-Series wheeled load skates. The E-mover at Bauma will include a hydraulic lifting cylinder in place of a load bearing plate and has a 50 tonne load capacity split between the E-mover and wheeled load skate.

Enerpac’s heavy lifting systems will be demonstrated via its SCJ-Series Cube Jacks and the larger JS-Series Jack- Up – a synchronised lifting and lowering system with self-contained hydraulics in each unit. 


Founded in Frankfurt, Germany, Eurogru is a manufacturer of construction and fast erecting cranes. It also makes small gantry, portal and bridge cranes.


Fassi will present its range of articulating loader cranes and timber and recycling cranes. A highlight is the new F1750R-HXP Techno with more powerful control unit, increased speed and data processing capacity and new remote control interfaces and functions.


Luxembourg-headquartered Faymonville says it will have an even larger stand than it had last Bauma – with a total area of 1,450 square metres.

On the stand it will display a range of equipment from its MAX Trailer, Faymonville and Cometto brands.

Cometto’s BladeMax1000 wind turbine rotor blade adapter will be seen for the first time in Munich. It has a load capacity of 1000 mT and can be used to transport the latest generation mega blades.

A wind turbine blade adapter complete with a self-steering trailer combination will also be shown.

Also on display will be Faymonville’s ModulMAX AP-M heavy duty platform trailer that combines the supporting assist mode with the independent self-propelled mode. This means the driven axles can be switched on and off at any speed. 

There will also be a four-axle Eco1000 with hybrid technology, which Faymonville describes as “groundbreaking”.

Finally visitors may also like to also celebrate MAX Trailer’s 10th year anniversary this year!


Specialists from Italian tower crane specialist FB Gru, which has been operating since 1957, will be available to guide visitors through its GA range of self-erectors, its GX range of telescopic cranes for difficult job sites and its topless GHS tower cranes. Ferrari International FN.1025/1

Reggio Emilia Italy-based Ferrari will present its wide range of hydraulic accessories for cranes.


Italian tower crane manufacturer FM Gru was established in 1920 as a family run company. In 1963 the company focussed on tower crane production. At Bauma it will present its range which includes: RBI self erecting cranes; RBI - FA self erectors with axles; TLX flat tops; TCK saddle jibs; and LK luffing hydraulic tower cranes.


Quebec, Canada-based company Fraco, a manufacturer of vertical transport equipment and systems for persons and materials, acquired the Spanish brand Torga in 2019 as part of a drive to increase its production capacity and manufacturing activities in Europe.

Experts will be available to show you its range of lifting equipment that includes construction lifts, transport platforms, industrial elevators and work platforms.

Highlights include the Torga PT elevator for tower cranes and for the construction and maintenance of wind turbines.

It carries a maximum of two people at a speed of 24 m / minute.


Italian crane manufacturer Galizia will be happy to talk visitors through its range of electric and diesel pick and carry cranes and electric industrial telehandlers.


Geda, a German manufacturer of construction hoists, including inclined rope hoists, transport platforms, and personnel and material hoists, will explain how its products can help, particularly with safe operator lifts. Representatives will also be available to explain how its brand-new BIM portal – the Geda BIM Centre – can provide information throughout the entire life cycle of a building, enabling networked planning and collaboration between different technical sections.

The company is also celebrating the 25th anniversary of its first transport platform. [Hurray!-CT]


Memmingen, Germany-based Goldhofer will use Bauma to premiere its new FT Series vehicle concept. With a focus on operational flexibility, it combines simple handling with the versatility needed to meet a wide variety of transportation needs, says Goldhofer. Goldhofer will not reveal any further details until the trade show gets underway.

The company is also presenting the latest addition to its Star family: the Trailstar which it unveiled at IAA Transportation. This three- to five-axle air-suspension trailer is a new construction with a range of features for optimum use of the loading area and centre of gravity plus superb manoeuvrability.

Also on display will be a further model from the Stepstar line: the new force-steered Stepstar Z.

Other products being showcased include: The Blades Plus trailing dolly; the FTV 850 blade carrier for extra-long and heavy turbine blades; the ADDRIVE 2.0 heavy-duty module, which can be used as a towed or self-propelled unit; and the CargoPlus low-profile tyre.


German company Grasdorf claims to be one of the largest manufacturers of special wheels for mobile cranes, construction machinery, special vehicles, tractors and combine harvesters in Europe.

Its experts will be on-hand to guide visitors through its range of wheels and tyres which enable a wide number of possible combinations and thus complete wheels for a wide variety of purposes.

It is also able to make custom wheels for very specific uses, such as for extremely high tractor or load weights and unusual size specifications. Grasdorf also offers its wheels finished in every conceivable RAL-colour in OEM quality.


German radio control specialist Gross Funk will present its controls for cranes of all kinds, plus controls for wheel loaders, excavators, tracked vehicles, drilling rigs, pile drivers and more.


Italian manufacturer of tower cranes and self erecting cranes Gru Dalbe will be available to talk to visitors about its Sky range of tower cranes and DB self erectors, including the new DB11 which can lift 700kg at 15 m and 500kg at 19 m.


Customisable radio remote control solutions specialist Hectronic will present its range of transmitters and receivers, suitable for all types of cranes. Hetronic says it was one of the first manufacturers to offer proportional control and its radio remote controls are designed and tested to work in virtually any environment on the planet!


Crailsheim, Germany-headquartered radio control specialist HBC-radiomatic develops and produces radio remote controls for construction and lifting machinery applications.

Experts from the company will be on-hand to advise how its products can help increase safety, operating comfort and productivity across a range of construction machines such as tower cranes, concrete pumps, drilling machinery, excavators, mining machinery, dozers, loader cranes, and heavy transport.


German company Hermann Paus develops and produces special machines and vehicles for special tasks in mining and tunnel construction, as well as for the areas of lift technology, construction machinery and industrial vehicles.


Established in 1993, Turkish company Hidrokon manufacturers truck mounted knuckle boom cranes, telescopic cranes, aerial platforms, loader cranes and marine cranes.

At Bauma it will present three new loader crane models (30 ton/m, 65 ton/m, 110 ton/m), a 210 ton/m knuckle boom crane, and a 45 m aerial platform.


German company HTS (Hydraulische Transportsysteme) specialises in the development and production of transport and lifting technology.

At Bauma visitors to its stand can learn about its Eco-Jack hydraulic toe jacks and Eco- Skate load moving trolleys. With the Eco-Skate eMotion load moving skates, machines and other parts can be moved flexibly via battery operation and radio remote control.

Experts will also highlight the new eMotion 24. On three support points simultaneous travel and steering at three speeds, as well as safe positioning, are made possible and proportionally executed by one person through the one-joystick function of the remote control. Compactly built with an insertion height of 180mm and digitally controlled synchronous motors and a battery life of 2.5 hours under full load, the ECO-Skate eMotion 24 is suitable for use in confined spaces due to its compact design, says HTS. 


See ‘Sumitomo Heavy Industries Construction Cranes Company’.


Bologna, Italy-based manufacturer Ing. Bonfiglioli will be happy to talk about its truck loader cranes and loaders – or any of its other diverse range of products, which include scrap/wood loaders, balers, shears and metal scrap mills.


Experts from Spanish tower crane manufacturer Jaso will present two new crane models: the low top J390 and the flat top J235.12.

The J390 is a low top crane with a maximum load of 24 tonnes and a tip load of 3.8 tonnes for a maximum outreach of 75 metres, whose length can be increased in 5-metre sections. It has versatile load chart options and its features include a 15.3-metre swing radius, lay flat counterweights and a maximum free standing height of 81.4 metres with a 2.16-metre tower system.

The J235.12 is a flat top crane with a maximum load of 12 tonnes and a tip load of 2.6-tonnes. It has a boom length of 30 to 65 metres, which can be increased in five-metre sections. It stands out for its 14.9-metre swing radius, lay flat counterweights, 55.9-metre free standing height with a 1.75-metre tower system and its high-performance mechanism, with a maximum of 225 m/min (65kW).

Both cranes are optimised for transport/assembly and feature the energy efficient ECO Mode system to reduce the carbon footprint.

In addition, Jasp will showcase our JL25 hoist, equipped with our pioneering rack-and-pinion system and designed to allow better operator and maintenance personnel access to the tower crane.

The JL25 ensures maximum safety for workers due to its location on the outside of the crane (making it easy to rescue the operator if necessary) and its two redundant drive units with centrifugal brakes. In addition, it has an intelligent fault detection system. It has a wide and comfortable cabin, suitable for two people (250 kg), a maximum height of 150 metres and a portable, easy-to-use control system, LOTO, without padlock or keys. Among its highlights: no parachute maintenance is required and it is designed for more than 35 years of service life.

Finally, representing Jaso's elevator division, Jaso Elevation Systems, we will be showcasing the GE2050 model for the first time.

The GE2050 is a personnel and material hoist for construction projects. With a maximum load of 2,000 kilos or 18 people, a lifting speed of 50 m/min. and a maximum height of 200 metres, it also stands out for its two available cabin sizes, for having a mast and components compatible with GP40, GE0525 and GM1500 and for having different accessories to adapt to any project. The ECO Mode system reduces its energy consumption, making it an environmentally friendly elevator.


Italian minicrane manufacturer Jekko will present both its new products and green initiatives to visitors to its stand at Bauma.

Its stand is 512 sqm and will house five containers creating a two-floor structure that will be used for meetings, a hospitality zone, and a reception area to greet customers and dealers. The containers have been salvaged and refurbished specially for Bauma and, in line with the company’s sustainability aims, will be later installed in at Jekko’s headquarters as part of a new customer training area.

On display will be all of Jekko’s ranges – its SPX and JF crane lines and its MPK mini picker product lines – with four models of each.

A centrepiece of the stand will be the SPX328 minicrane crawler. It can fit through standard doorways yet has a maximum load capacity of 2,800kg, a maximum height of 10,5m, and a reach of as long as 8m vertically and 8.5m horizontally. It is powered by lithium-ion batteries and prioritises user-friendliness via its Graphic User Interface, says Jekko.

The SPX328 will be setup with different configurations: one with a runner jib; the second with a winch; and the third with a electric jib that’s independent from the mini-crane’s hydraulics and operated via a dedicated radio control.

From the JF articulated crawler crane line will be Jekko’s JF365, JF545, and JF990 models and the new JF235. It’s the smallest bi-energy powered model of the range and has a main boom and a jib, each with four extensions, and delivers the same performance as larger JF models, lifting up to 6.150 kg and reaching as far as 15 m high. Jekko’s new MPK10 minipicker will also be showcased alongside the MPK20R.

Additional vacuums and tools will also be present, including 5-, 10- and 20-tonne capacity lifting beams with side telescopic extension for increased versatility.

Green initiatives the company will be happy to outline include becoming a plastic-free company, reducing the use of paper, and even establishing beehives on its corporate premises.


Italian pick and carry crane manufacturer JMG will explain to visitors its full electric range which includes: crane trolleys; radio controlled cranes; cabin cranes; swivel cranes; telescopic trolley cranes; and lifter cranes.


German crane rental specialist Klarx, which is part of a network comprising more than 4,900 partner stations and leading manufacturers, will present its crane rental solutions. It also offers rental of excavators, wheel loaders, dumpers, work platforms and forklifts


Japanese manufacturer Kobelco makes crawler cranes from 50-1,250 tonnes, and crawler excavators.

The company will use the exhibition to premiere a number of new model generations and specialist machinery suitable for gardening and landscaping, road construction, industrial applications, and demolition and recycling.

Taking pride of place will be the third generation of its G-Series: the new CKE900G-3 lattice boom crawler crane. The CKE900G-3, which will be shown with a track-type undercarriage, has a maximum lifting capacity of 100 tonnes at 3.6m, or 90 tonnes at 3.9m, with a maximum boom length of 61m. Maximum lifting capacity with the fixed jib is 10.9 tonnes at 18.0m, giving a maximum combination of 51.8m + 18.3m. Maximum line speed is 120 m/min and Rated Line Pull is 112 kN (11.4 tf).

The CKE900G-3 includes Kobelco’s KCross (Kobelco Remote Observation Satellite System), which allows remote monitoring of the crane alongside daily, weekly, and monthly operational reports to help plan service and maintenance, as standard, alongside the G-Mode, which includes the G-winch for higher spooling speeds without raising the engine speed, the G-Engine, which reduces fuel consumption by limiting maximum engine speed with no loss of winch speed, and an Auto-Idle-Stop function (AIS) that stops the engine automatically when the crane is not lifting.

Also supplied as standard on the CKE900G-3 are a slewing restrictor, digital inclinator, conflux hydraulic circuit, five LED work-lights, and a 500mm-wide catwalk with handrails along the left- and right-side of the base machine.

Optional extras for the CKE900G-3 include a track-type undercarriage with triple grouser shoes, a Kobelco camera system, with two full-colour cameras providing rear view and left-side view along base machine, as well as a hook height and depth indicator.


German company Ko-Mats specialises in the production of crane mats and excavator support mats made of hardwood. It also has recycled plastic dragline mats.


Kranlyft, a Sweden-headquartered master distributor of Maeda Mini Cranes, recently opened Kranlyft GmbH, a sole distributor of Maeda in Germany. Representatives will be available to answer any questions relating to its lines of Maeda mini cranes, Klaas aluminium truck and trailer cranes, and Kato mobile crane parts and service network.


Denmark-based Kroll has been designing and manufacturing tower cranes ranging from 70 to 25,000tm for over half a century. Stop by its stand to learn about its hammerhead, flat top, luffing, and level luffing cranes.


Krupinski Cranes has been operating since 2018 and says it's the first manufacturer of tower cranes in Poland after 1991. The company says its aim is to design and manufacture high-quality cranes at a reasonable price using tested, reliable and modern solutions.


Zweibrücken, Germany-based KSD Kransysteme will present its range of self erecting cranes. The company has been making self erectors since 1986, although the company has roots reaching back to 1884 when the Carl Peschke machine factory was founded.


German company Kuli Hebezeuge - Helmut Kempkes manufactures cranes, standard crane parts, electric wire rope hoists and lifting platforms in Remscheid, an industrial town between the Rhine and Ruhr.

The highlight of its stand will be a 25 t crab, which can be seen in a realistic environment on a double girder crane. The company’s latest model of a control system with energy recuperation will also be presented. Kuli Hebezeuge - Helmut Kempkes says this is becoming a particularly popular option in the face of rising energy prices.

Last but not least, Kuli will celebrate its 100- year anniversary [an amazing accomplishment. Congratulations from all at CT].

FM.809-810 / 812-813

As per usual, the Liebherr stand will be impressively large covering an outdoor area of over 14,000 m2. In this space more than 70 exhibits will be displayed. Highlights include Liebherr’s ‘Unplugged’ zero emission construction machines, including piling rigs, drilling rigs and, most significantly, the LR 1130.1 and LR 1160.1 unplugged crawler cranes. A new crawler crane, the LR 12500-1.0 – with 2,500-tonne loadbearing capacity, will also be presented.

For mobile and crawler cranes, digital products being promoted at Bauma include applications in the new MyLiebherr customer portal such as the Crane Finder, the Crane Planner 2.0, the digital mobile crane licence, fleet management, as well as a new telemetrics application.

The new compact crane LTC 1050-3.1 from Liebherr- Werk Ehingen will also be promoted, equipped with an electric motor in addition to the conventional drive. This means the crane movements can also be executed using electricity.

Liebherr is also extending its line of Fibre tower cranes with the 258 HC-L 10/18 Fibre luffing jib crane, the high-top crane 1188 EC-H 40 Fibre, as well as the flat-top cranes 520 EC-B 20 Fibre and 370 EC-B 16 Fibre.

With the 195 HC-LH 6/12 Liebherr will showcase its first hydraulic luffing jib crane in combination with a slim and climbing tower system.

The new Liebherr LTM 1110-5.2 mobile crane and a new all terrain will also be showcased.


Link-Belt will present its portfolio of rough terrain, telescopic truck, truck terrain, all terrain, lattice crawler, and telescopic crawler cranes.

It will continue to be a combined display with its sister company, Sumitomo Heavy Industries Construction Cranes Co., Ltd. (HSC). This approach serves the needs of both of companies and helps minimises each company’s overall cost.

At Bauma 2022 Link-Belt will showcase three cranes: the 80-ton (75-mt) TCC-800 telescopic crawler crane; the 85-ton (80-mt) 85|RT rough terrain crane; and the all-new 120-ton (110-mt) 120|TT telescopic truck crane. The 120|TT, base rated at 110-mt (120-ton), telescopic truck terrain crane has all-wheel steer capability.

The four-axle 120|TT also has a new, wider single occupant cab, first showcased on the 120|HT.

The 120|TT also comes with a new air-ride suspension design, and disc brakes on a rear-steer truck crane for improved braking performance. For added engine performance and fuel economy the 120|TT is powered by a Cummins 339 kW (445 hp) 2021 EPA emissions compliant X12 Series engine.

Top speed on the 120|TT is 88 km/h (55 mph).


Milan, Italy-based Locatelli, which was founded in 1954, will talk visitors through its range of offroad and city cranes which encompass rough-terrain cranes ranging from 12.5 tonnes through to 110 tonnes, telescopic cranes and truck mounted cranes (35t - 55t).


Cattaneo was founded in 1957 and the company specialises in the construction of tower cranes for the building industry. Representatives from Cattaneo will be happy to talk about the company’s quick assembly hydraulic and telescopic cranes and its trailers and semi-trailers for the self erectors.


Pad and mat manufacturer Lodax will present its outrigger pads, ground protection mats and cribbing solutions made of recycled virgin plastic material.

The company says its ground protection mats allow access to machines and pedestrians on difficult accessible terrain while also protecting the soil.


(See Kranlyft)


Brand fans can get all their Mammoet models, collectables and merchandise right here.

FS.1202 (Potain: 1202, 1302/1) (Grove: 1302/1) (Manitowoc Germany: FS 1202)

Manitowoc will have 12 cranes on display: seven Grove mobile cranes and five Potain tower cranes.

The new Grove GMK6400- 1 all-terrain crane will be one of the highlights as the crane is being shown ‘in the metal’ for the very first time. The new model is the upgrade of the six-axle GMK6400. It retains its predecessor’s maximum capacity of 400 t and a main boom of 60 m but new innovations include an improved hydraulic system with faster flow to provide quicker operating speeds and smoother movement.

Also added to the new 400 t machine is the Crane Control System (CCS) and MAXbase variable outrigger positioning system.

Two additional Grove all-terrain cranes will be making their public debuts at the show. The 150 t GMK5150XL and 120 t GMK5120L five-axle cranes both launched at the end of 2021. The GMK5150XL has a 69 m its main boom and the GMK5120L offers 66 m of boom, plus a variety of counterweight configurations for greater flexibility.

In terms of tower cranes, two new models will be revealed at the show, with one each coming from the topless and luffing jib ranges. Alongside them will be the Potain MDT 489, which is also making its first public appearance since launching in 2021. It’s available in 20 t and 25 t versions, with each offering 80 m of jib.

From the self-erecting crane line, there will be two units. The Igo T 99 will make its public debut at Bauma 2022, having launched last year. Also on display will be a Potain Hup M 28-22. Capable of lifting 2.2 t, the unit is the only self-erecting crane that offers 28 m of jib and up to 31 m of working height within such compact transport 

Manitowoc is also using Bauma to launch its Connect digital fleet management platform. Connect enables remote monitoring through an app-based system giving owners and operators the ability to view real-time crane information, receive alerts, exchange data, with further functionality to be added in the future.

Connect will initially be available on GMK all-terrain cranes produced from 2023. It will be offered on all new models and available to retrofit on cranes equipped with the CCS control system.

For Potain tower cranes, Connect will be offered as an option on new top-slewing and self-erecting cranes. In addition, it can be retrofitted on all CCS-equipped cranes. Potain will discontinue production of its older CraneSTAR Diag tool.

In addition to enhancing fleet management the system boosts sustainability, streamlines service and maintenance for users, and improves connectivity to cranes across smartphones, tablets, and laptops, Manitowoc claims. Optimised troubleshooting thanks to the real-time availability of crane information, allows remote technicians to quickly understand the status of the crane, with any error codes displayed through the app, Manitowoc says. The remote service team can then run root cause analysis and propose potential solutions without the delay of travel or on-site physical assistance.

In the future, Manitowoc plans to enable Connect to be embedded into the Building Information Management


Italian company Marchetti Autogru has been developing solutions for the lifting industry. It will be happy to talk about is range of products which include its CW range of crawler cranes, MTK truck mounted cranes and MG mobile cranes, with a variety of customised tools including platforms and forks.


This Zaragoza, Spain-headquartered self-erecting crane manufacturer will be happy to explain to visitors all about its GT, LT and HD ranges.


Moritsch Cranes will present its new RTM200L 10 tonne capacity flat top crane which it says is already enjoying considerable sales success due to features such as ease of transportation, quick assembly, high performance winches and considerable free-standing heights.

There will also be its RTL195 16 tonne luffing jib crane which, thanks to its patented boom locking system, can reach an 82° out of service without using hydraulic systems – which Moritsch says are generally expensive, complicated and polluting.

Moritsch will also highlight its collaboration with Liebherr-Components regarding high-performance lifting winches. On the stand will be a 65kW winch and the RTM200L itself will be equipped with a 45kW winch that enables it to lift 10 tonnes max with rope in two falls.


Brugine, Italy-based industrial equipment moving specialist Mouvers designs and manufactures special trolleys for heavy industrial handling. It says its electrohydraulic machines meet a wide range of heavy handling applications.


UAE-headquartered digital crane rental service MyCrane is designed to simplify the process of crane rental procurement, allowing users to submit details of their lifting requirements in order to receive personalised quotes from a range of registered crane providers.

It has recently added to its crawler, mobile and tower crane types available with boom trucks, hydraulic gantry systems, mini cranes and aerial platforms, marking the company’s entry into the short-term rental market and the first time it is providing business-to-consumer (B2C) services


Nagel’s stand is more than 2,000 m2. Visitors can expect numerous new products relating to construction machinery, industrial machinery, construction equipment, as well as live product demos and interesting industry discussions.


German camera solutions specialist NetCo Professional Services will demonstrate its construction site camera which is used on construction sites to document the construction progress. In addition to hardware development, it will showcase its construction cloud software.


Wijchen, The Netherlands-based Nooteboom is a leading international company offering innovative and complete solutions for abnormal road transport. Nooteboom designs and builds trailers with a payload of 20 to 200 tonnes.

Its product range includes low-loaders, semi low-loaders, flatbed trailers and drawbar trailers.

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Treviso, Italy based Ormet was founded in 1972 as a maintenance workshop for industrial vehicles. Today it specialises in sale and installation of truck cranes plus used cranes and commercial vehicles.


Italian pick and carry crane manufacturer Ormig, which was founded in 1949, will present products from its electric pick and carry range (capacities from 5.5 to 60 tonnes) and its diesel pick and carry range (with capacities from 5.5 to 75 tonnes).

At Bauma it will present three new models: the 15 tonne capacity 15iE; the 35 tonne capacity 35iE; and the 100 tonne capacity 100iE.

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Palazzani will show its range of mini cranes, alongside its aerial working platforms and earth moving machines. A mini crane highlight will be the RPG 2900 W+. Only 730 mm wide and with a weight of 2800 kg, it is designed to operate in narrow and inaccessible areas. Its maximum lifting capacity is 2.9 tonnes.

The telescopic boom complete with hydraulic jib reaches 13.2 metres with a capacity of 600 kg. The machine can be towed with a 3.5 tonne trailer. It’s available in Bi-energy power option as standard.


Hydraulic knuckle boom crane manufacturer Palfinger will present its SLD and TEC loader cranes. Visitors can learn how the digitalisation of the company is helping it meet its future objectives.

Visitors to the stand will be able to see Palfinger’s PK 1050 TEC large crane. A key feature that provides the P-Profile crane with even more lifting capacity — especially with the additional fly jib knuckle boom system — is DPS-C. The Dual Power System helps to use the maximum lifting force in fly jib mode. The special feature of DPS-C is that it continuously maximises the lifting force in every position, because - thanks to ingenious sensors and electronics - the system knows exactly where the crane tip is currently located.

Other loader craneson display at Bauma will be the PK 580 TEC with a removable hybrid unit for emission-free operation and the new PK 250 TEC.

As the smallest crane in the TEC series, it has a new design and innovative Paltronic 180 control electronics.

Palfinger will also showcase its Smart Solutions, including: Smart Control, which allows the position of the crane tip to be controlled horizontally and vertically with just one lever movement, automatically compensating for heavy loads on the hook; the Memory Position assistance system, which stories up to four crane positions to make every day work easier; and the Leveling Assistant function, for quick and easy levelling of a vehicle on its supports.


Dutch crane and heavy equipment specialist PV-E Cranes & Services will showcase its fully battery-electric crawler cranes.

While PV-E is known for its piling and drilling rigs, it sold the business manufacturing these a few years ago to concentrate on equipment rental. Now PV-E has a new company that will use the production facility in The Netherlands to manufacture the electric crawler cranes, in compliance with the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive, CE, TüV and other applicable regulations and standards.

At Bauma the company’s EC80 will be shown for the first time. The zero emission 80-tonne crawler crane with lattice boom has already been delivered to a leading Dutch contractor.

It’s a small copy of the PVE’s 160-tonne capacity EC160 crane which was released earlier this year. It consists of an electric motor with 250 kW of power –peaking at 360 kW – and is powered by a battery pack of one or two LFP batteries of 130 kWh each. It is possible to specify a heavier XXL-battery pack of 195 kWh, which further extends the running time. On a full standard battery pack it is possible to run for eight to ten hours, said PV-E

“The specs and looks of this PV-E Crane appeal to customer demands and thanks to its good value for money, we expect to sell a lot of them,” commented Rob van den Boogaard, managing director at PV-E Crane. “The EC80 and EC160 are available from stock in limited series and can already count on interest from the Benelux, England, Scandinavia and even Singapore."

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Crane and heavy equipment monitoring systems specialist RaycoWylie will be happy to explain its expertise in the development and installation of Load Moment Indicators, Rated Capacity Indicators and Safe Load Indicators, designed to safety and efficiency.


Italian manufacturer Raimondi is set to present two of its newest flat top tower cranes, alongside its refreshed accessory range, including a newly-designed cabin, and a new corporate vision.

“The past 14 months have marked an exciting new era for Raimondi with the company working on several fundamental projects, including the conceptualization and development of a new series of flattops,” said Diego Borgna, chief executive officer, Raimondi Cranes.

“We will also take the opportunity of the gathering at Bauma to present our new vision and guiding principles to clients, industry stakeholders, and our respected contemporaries in the sector,” he added. Borgna said that the details around the new 29,000 sq. m. company headquarters will also be shared at the event.

According to Raimondi the new models have lifting capacities from 6-24t and boast many technical innovations. “Our R&D department have been working extensively on developing cranes that respond to market trends and client needs. The new range of machines, designed with fleet rental companies top of mind, will include unique characteristics such as adaptable and lighter jibs, a new seamless crane control system, simplified and compatible components, as well as new tower sections allowing for both internal and external climbing,” said Cristian Badin, commercial director, Raimondi Cranes.

All machines will be equipped with the new crane cabin, available in two models, ensuring the highest levels of comfort and safety. Significant improvements have been made on the structural side with the cabin now featuring a single glass block on the frontal and side windshields, allowing an increase in visibility by 30%. Other major features are the canalized air system to reduce window fogging, an ergonomic seat, and several internal accessories designed to boost crane operator comfort.

Sharing Raimondi’s stand will also be Italian co-exhibitor Delta Cranes an Italian pick and carry and electric crane specialist.


Overhead cranes, gantry crane, harbour cranes, container cranes, slewing crane specialist Teichmann, which lays claim to being Europe's largest manufacturer-independent supplier of new and secondhand cranes, will be happy to advise and guide you through its full service offering.


Rotational speed specialist since 1901 Rheintacho will present three new connector variants with Deutsch DT04 connector and M12 connector to complement its established sensor series for the detection of speed and direction of rotation.


Italian company Remdevice says it wants to redefine the future of controlled motion. Visitors to its stand can learn how its Pail remote control is suitable for control of tower cranes and overhead travelling cranes.

The console was the first on the market equipped with induction charging, says Remdevice.

It will also outline how its Genesis controls are suitable for forestry crane applications and how its Mobile universal receiver means it is possible to upgrade even old cranes that are operated with hydraulic levers.


Developer and manufacturer of lifting and rigging hardware Ropeblock will present its range of sockets, crane blocks, swivels, turnbuckles and sheaves for applications including: mobile cranes; port cranes; ship cranes; offshore cranes and platforms; dredging equipment; pendant structures; mooring systems; and heavy industry.


Spanish rack and pinion lifting systems manufacturer Saeclimber will present its range of mast climbing work platforms, material hoists and transport platforms, and its passenger and material hoists.


Spanish tower crane manufacturer Saez specialises in flat-top, luffing-jib and self-erecting cranes. A highlight will be the new HT47 self-erector and there will be one bought by BKL, in full BKL livery, on display.

Saez’s experts will also be available to demonstrate the efficient and reliable nature of its equipment, with all its cranes models having TÜV certification.


Chinese crane and construction equipment manufacturer Sany will present all its latest developments including a new electric/hybrid powered 80 tonne telescopic crawler, the SCE 800 TD/EV, and the SAC 600E – a new 60 tonne electric all terrain.

Sany said all machinery it shows will be ready for sale.


Radio remote control systems specialist Scanreco has been supplying control systems to all parts of the world since 1984.

At Bauma it will be showing the new G6 Platform & SISP (Scanreco Integrated Safety Platform – a third party approved safety solution only available in products based on the Scanreco G6 Platform).

With the G6 Platform also comes Scanreco’s new design and configuration software where the user designs the remote control exactly the way they want it.

It is flexible when it comes to positioning of levers, joysticks, button, says Scanreco, enabling small and midsize OEMs create and deliver highly tailor-made systems in small batches to their customers.

However, to make a really good remote, users need to fully understand how it is being used and why, says Scanreco. You also need to consider HMI, Human Machine Interaction. As part of this Scanreco will outline its Smart Operator concept to help and guide OEMs figure out how to best solve the problem for their customers and to cut the operators’ learning curve when getting to grips with using their new remote-control system.

At Bauma, Scanreco will also have an area dedicated to innovations and trend spotting. In addition, it will also present its extended offering of complete System Solutions with Scanreco Design Center and ScanrecoFaber (former FaberCom, acquired by Scanreco in 2021).


Schmid Fahrzeugbau will present its trailers that include construction machine transporters, dump trucks, low loaders or flatbed trailers, plus special chassis.

These are all manufactured at its company headquarters in Haag, Upper Bavaria.


German manufacturer Sennebogen will launch its first battery-powered telescopic crawler crane at Bauma.

The 50-tonne capacity crane is called the 653 E Electro Battery. It can operate fully emissions-free, says Sennebogen, and will offer users flexibility due to its Dual Power Management System.

The crane uses a 210 kWh battery pack and can be operated both in battery-only mode and whilst charging from the mains.

As soon as the machine is connected to the mains, the mains power is used for lifting activities, while any excess power simultaneously recharges the batteries.

The crane was developed in collaboration with Dutch dealer Van den Heuvel. Sennebogen says Van den Heuvel has been in close contact with crane rental companies and construction companies and, as such, requirements from the progressive Dutch market were brought into consideration during the development partnership.

In addition, Sennebogen says the crane operates with less vibration and is quieter than its diesel-powered counterparts.

The machine offers reduced service requirements, Sennebogen says, as maintenance procedures such as engine oil changes are eliminated.


Israeli company Skyline Cranes and Technologies specialises in tower cranes.

It claims to own the largest crane fleet in Israel, taking part in the market’s most complex and prominent construction projects.

It is also a representative of leading tower crane manufacturer Yongmao. It can be found on Creative Business Solutions’ stand.


Representatives from French anti collision specialist SMIE will take you through its ProSite product range and high profile jobsite case studies.

You may not know the company also supplies anemometers, cameras, and LED panels.


Oss, The Netherlands-based self erecting tower crane manufacturer Spierings will present its latest product range. Also, please join them to celebrate the company’s 35th anniversary.


SüdLeasing, which claims to be Europe's largest manufacturer-independent supplier of new and secondhand cranes, will have experts available to discuss specific advantages of leasing or hire purchase for construction machinery.


Tokyo, Japan-headquartered HSC Cranes will exhibit its SCX1800A-3 crawler crane. It has a 175-tonne lifting capacity and meets EU Stage V exhaust emission regulations.

Two battery drive-type electric machines will also be on display as a reference exhibits: a SCX800A-3 electric crawler crane; and an HSCX1500GLS-E electric piling rig which has been engineered and developed by Hillcon Piling Equipment from the Netherlands, with whom HSC is collaborating.

Also on the HSC stand will be North American associated company Link-Belt Cranes.


Japanese manufacturer Tadano will present its latest offerings. “We’ll be taking advantage of this year’s Bauma to show everything we’ve achieved in the past few years and the enormous progress we’ve made in a number of areas that benefit our customers,” says Tadano Faun and Tadano Demag CEO Jens Ennen.

“Tadano is excited to welcome visitors to our booth for them to witness the numerous innovations in terms of products and solutions.”

There will be a number of new products launched although, sadly, not the much anticipated electric rough terrain... yet!


Tele Radio Group is a multinational company that develops, markets and supplies universal, wireless remote controls and tailor-made wireless solutions for industrial use.

It says its products contribute to a more comfortable and safer work environment.

At Bauma it will present its new Panther T29-12 Handheld Transmitter and its SupraTEQ TW78 Waist Transmitter. 


Teufelberger Group is a seventh-generation family-operated company with around 1,500 employees worldwide that is makes fibre ropes, steel wire ropes and strapping, too.

Its product portfolio includes steel ropes for ropeways, cranes and rope construction, synthetic fibre ropes, for example for sailing, recreational climbing, personal fall protection, tree care and industrial applications, as well as plastic strapping for transport security.

Representatives from the company would be happy to explain exactly how its ropes are being used by a Liebherr heavy-duty crane located equipped with 32 Teufelberger-Redaelli ropes to build the Arcadis Ost 1 wind farm northeast of the island Rügen, Germany.

Once completed, Teufelberger says it will be the largest wind farm in the world..


Claiming to be the world’s first crane-dedicated social media network The Crane Club will be available to explain why you should join its social network to promote your activities and boost your business.


The Crosby Group, a global leader in the innovation, manufacturing and distribution of products and services used to make lifting and load securement safer and more efficient, will present its Crosby, Gunnebo Industries, Crosby Straightpoint, Crosby BlokCam, Crosby Airpes, Acco, McKissick, Crosby Feubo, Trawlex, Lebus, Speedbinders and CrosbyIP brands.

Bauma visitors will get a chance to learn more about the new Crosby BlokCam X3L and M3L crane camera systems that extend the legacy of the original X2 and M3 systems. The X2 is a fully modular system compatible with tower cranes, while the M3 is a fully modular camera for telescopic and mobile cranes which can be installed in just five minutes.

New versions include a new transmitter that can connect to up to two sensors upon request; a repeater that comes with ball joint mount (reducing the ports required); new sensor with integrated audio and video plug; and assembly with an improved Wi-Fi signal.

X3L and M3L versions are also available with a state-of-the- art lithium-ion battery and charger.

Crosby-branded solutions that will be displayed at Bauma also include a range of shackles and CrosbyIP clamps.

The company’s range of Gunnebo Industries’ products include the GrabiQ Grade 10 chain sling, an all-inclusive sling system for coupling, shortening, and lifting, and the Midgrab, an inline shortener allowing the rigger to adjust the sling anywhere on the chain.

Also at the heart of The Crosby Group portfolio is its Crosby Straightpoint range of load monitoring hardware and supporting state-of-the-art software, including its most popular load cell, the Radiolink plus.

Bauma visitors will also be able to see low headroom load shackles and compression load cells that are commonly


The Tii Group will showcase new models from the EuroCompact, K25 and SPMT series together with other bestsellers from its Scheurle and Kamag brands.

With the new EuroCompact U7, Tii Scheurle is adding an extra strong version to the semi-modular EuroCompact series in the 60 to 120-tonne payload class, which is ideally suited for transporting construction machinery, stone crushers, transformers and other heavy equipment.

The FL02 is the second representative of the EuroCompact series at Bauma. The entry-level model in the EuroCompact range has a payload of up to 36 tonnes as well as a low deck height of 200 millimetres or a loading height in the low bed of 300 millimetres in the driving position along with an optimal combination length to loading length ratio.

The K25 L especially for the wind industry will be showcased as a solution that's also suitable for other tasks that involve handling oversized loads that generate high point loads and, at the same time, have a high load centre of gravity.

Tii will also exhibit the wind tower adapter WT70, PowerHoss SPMT, and Tiiger UHD modular platform vehicle especially for markets in South and South-East Asia, Middle East, Africa and South America.


Representatives from Italian lighting tower designer and manufacturer Trime will be available to explain how the company’s T-ZERO PRO products can provide energy saving solutions, plus the reduced exhaust gas and CO2 emissions, for a range of job site environments across a range of applications including construction, oil and gas, mining and military use.


Unic Cranes Europe will present its mini spider cranes which it says are the perfect lifting equipment for restricted access areas or confined working spaces.


The Uperio Group, provider of tower crane solutions, offering tower crane sales, rental and related services as well as manufacturing its own line of Arcomet self-erecting tower cranes and the new Opti crane, will be represented by Uperio Deutschland.

Visitors to its stand will learn about the company’s full product and service portfolio.


The publisher behind, Cranes & Access and Kran & Bühne will be distributing its magazines, plus its well known ‘Vertikal guide to Bauma’.


Zug, Switzerland-headquartered wire rope manufacturer Verope will present its full portfolio.

Its products are suitable for a wide range of industries including construction, offshore, mining and ports.


USA-based Vita Inclinata Technologies, the maker of load stabilisation technology devices that utilise a system of powerful air thrusters and sensors to automatically stabilise loads, will bring demos and company experts to Bauma.

Vita says its flagship product, the Vita Load Navigator, is increasingly being adopted by crane companies to eliminate the use of taglines and make lifting operations more efficient, precise, and much safer.

Vita Industrial’s system uses an aviation sensor suited to sense position and motion and auto-matically stabilises loads, ensuring high-precision lifts in even the most challenging and windy environments. The Navigator captures over 1,000 data points per second and feeds the motion control engine to dynamically adjust to load sizes, crane movement, and environmental condi-tions.

Four independent electric thrusters pulse vectored air to reorient the load either autonomously, or by a user via the single-hand control pendant. See this month’s below the hook and future of remote controls features for more information.

Throughout the tradeshow, the company will be holding live demonstrations of the Vita Load Navigator, matched head-to-head against taglines, showing how load stabilization can increase efficiency, precision, and therefore, profitability for crane owners.

“Vita Industrial is proud to be a part of the Bauma international tradeshow for the first time,” said Caleb Carr, chairman and CEO of Vita Inclinata. “Crane companies around the world are learning how load stabilisation can drastically improve their crane operations. The Navigator can expand wind envelope charts, speed up con-struction schedules, and improve jobsite safety. We can’t wait to show off the technology live in Munich.”


While its purpose-built electric driveline will take centre stage, engine manufacturer Volvo Penta will use its presence at Bauma to focus on the role of its market-leading diesel engines in the construction and mining industries, as well as the company’s transformation into new sustainable technologies.


Tower crane manufacture Wilbert will present its trolley and luffing jib tower crane offerings as part of the Zoomlion stand.


Baar, Switzerland-based Wolffkran is presenting a new concept: the Wolff FX 21 Clear crane family. It will be joined by the Wolff 8076 Compact, Wolffkran's first trolley jib crane in the 800 mt, and the Wolff High-Speed- Positioning-System (HiSPS) which is designed to eliminate load sway. Wolffkran says it is the first manufacturer in the industry to develop and launch such an assistance system, significantly increasing safety and work efficiency on construction sites.

Other Bauma premieres are the latest Wolff 235 B luffing jib crane and two new Wolff tower sections: the 6-metre TV 60 and the reinforced 1.5-metre TV 15.

Also highlighted is a patent-pending technology that will be demonstrated live.

Last but not least, a proven member of the Wolff family is not to be missed: the Wolff 7534 Clear.

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Experts from XCMG will be on-hand to explain the reasons behind the company’s increasing popularity overseas. It claims its products now reach 191 countries and regions.

It’s also the perfect opportunity to make enquiries about its record-breaking machines, including the ten-axle chassis XCA2600, designed for the latest mega onshore wind projects, which is now in production. The XCA2600 has completed the first test to lift a 173-tonne weight, ahead of being delivered to a wind farm in China next month.

XCMG will also present a line-up of zero emissions equipment which will include a new electric all terrains.


Chinese manufacturer Zoomlion will bring 54 products across seven equipment categories to Bauma to demonstrate what it calls the “great achievements of international integrated development and overseas localised manufacturing”.

Also on the Zoomlion stand will be Zoomlion owned tower crane manufacturer Wilbert Tower Cranes, alongside Italian concrete specialist CIFA and pre-mixed construction materials M-tec.

Palfinger’s PK 250 TEC
Saez’s new HT47 self-erector
Scanreco will be showing its new G6 Platform
A Liebherr heavy lift vessel is using Teufelberger ropes to build the Arcadis Ost 1 wind farm. Image credit: DEME / Liebherr
Jaso will present two new crane models
The 150 t Grove GMK5150XL
Palazzani’s RPG 2900 W+ mini crane is only 730 mm wide
The Böcker AK 48e truck crane
Wolff will present its 235 B luffing jib crane
The SBL600 Super Boom Lift hydraulic gantry
The world’s first crane-dedicated social media network will be distributing copies of Cranes Today
Vita Industrial’s Load Navigator
Comansa’s new LCH300
Bigge was founded in 1916
Kobelco’s latest G-Series CKE900G-3 will be at Bauma
It’s hard to miss Liebherr’s stand
Raimondi will present two new flat tops
Faymonville’s ModulMAX AP-M heavy duty platform trailer
Link-Belt will display the four-axle 120|TT
MyCrane has entered into the short-term rental market
PV-E’s EC80 will be shown for the first time
The Crosby Group’s GrabiQ
HSC’s SCX1800A-3 crawler crane
Tadano will present its latest offerings, plus some new surprises
Kuli celebrates its 100 year anniversary!
Calling all Mammoet fans...
Goldhofer’s stand will look like this
The Sennebogen 653 E Electro Battery
Zoomlion will bring 54 products
Autec’s waist-held SK8B controller
Jekko’s JF235 is its smallest bi-energy powered model
Moritsch will present its new RTM200L 10 tonne capacity flat top