BAUMA, the world’s biggest construction and mining equipment show opened today in Munich, Germany. More than 450,000 visitors are expected to attend and visit with some 3,400 exhibitors from 57 countries.
We are on the ground here in Munich covering the gigantic Bauma 2013 trade show. The show, which is held every three years, is composed of a massive 16 halls and offers more than 6.1 million square feet of indoor, outdoor and demonstration exhibit area.
We’ll be posting news to the site all week from here. If you’ll take a look around the homepage you’ll already see evidence of that. Below, we’ll keep a running list of all the Bauma 2013 articles currently available on the site, so feel free to check back here for the latest.
Bauma 2013 headlines:
Wirtgen wins a Bauma 2013 innovation award with “virtual stringlines” and the AutoPilot Field Rover
VIDEO: Caterpillar CEO talks Bauma, telematics and customers
Kobelco CEO: company “creating from scratch” as it reintroduces itself to North America
Bell entering North American market with B50D articulated hauler
Genie introduces the SX-180: “world’s tallest self-propelled boom lift”
Terex CEO discusses roadbuilding unit sale, says company “not looking to be another Cat or Volvo”
Volvo CE President says SCR will be primary Tier 4 Final solution
Eaton LifeSense hydraulic hose monitoring system goes wireless
Caterpillar CEO talks hybrid tech, rental business
Cummins debuts 12 liter Tier 4 Final engine
Liebherr heats up hybrid race with R 9XX excavator prototype
Rexroth’s Bosch and Dana divisions debut fuel-saving pump control system, R2 HVT
Cummins, Liu Gong, ZF celebrate L9.3 engine joint venture
Wirtgen Group unveils Hamm H 25i compactor with crusher drum, new smaller rollers at Bauma
Case gives sneak peek of M Series dozers at Bauma 2013
JCB unveils Tier 4 Final Ecomax engines at Bauma, calls them “one-can” solution