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The Bauer Maschinen team met lots of visitors at the Intermat booth. Go to photo
The Bauer Maschinen team met lots of visitors at the Intermat booth.

BAUER Maschinen Group at the Intermat

The Intermat is held in Paris every three years. It is one of the largest trade shows in the construction industry worldwide. Last April, it was that time again − the organizers listed over 173,000 visitors to the six days of the trade show. Once again, BAUER Maschinen GmbH was also there among the approximately 1,400 exhibitors. Tim Laemmle, Managing Director of BAUER Machines SAS reported: “The trade show went very well. Our booth and the exhibits went down well here with the lovely weather. Our BG 15 H from the ValueLine and the twin rotary drive method were very popular.”

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The new BG 15 H specifically meets the requirements of a highly functional and efficient machine in the small drilling rig segment whilst also scoring points thanks to its extremely compact transportation width of only 2.5 m. An absolute highlight is the BT 50 base carrier, completely redesigned and re-manufactured by Bauer, which now offers a whole range of benefits even for small machines. The integrated service platform allows easy access to all maintenance and service points in the uppercarriage and, at the same time, meets the highest standards in terms of occupational safety.

“We had the pleasure of welcoming all of the renowned French customers to our booth as well as customers from Belgium, the Netherlands and North Africa,” said Tim Laemmle, summing up. Moreover, some new promising contacts have been made. "We have also had a lot of positive feedback about the viewing of Botte Fondations's, our customer's, construction site located nearby where our new BC cutting systems are being employed.

During the trade show, the handover of a BAUER BG 36 to the Spanish specialist foundation engineering company Cimentalia was celebrated. The rotary drilling rig is intended to be used in a project in Aberdeen, Scotland − as part of the harbour expansion, 50-meter-deep partially-cased piles will be made in the extremely hard granite.

Source: © BAUER Group

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