Cabs & components: Highlights at bauma
12 April 2019
Fritzmeier CABS showing current customer projects and highlights at bauma 2019
Munich, bauma 2019. Individual solutions, deep expertise in steel and lightweight aluminium construction, full system integration capabilities – Fritzmeier CABS is all of those things. At bauma 2019 these qualities become tangible for booth visitors. With a variety of different cabs and components, the company is showing what is possible today in cab construction. “The complexity and innovation requirements in our industry are continually increasing," noted Georg Fritzmeier, entrepreneur of the Fritzmeier Group. "As a system supplier with deep engineering expertise, we make a wide range of products for our customers, with the focus on delivering solutions."
Fritzmeier CABS makes over 50,000 cab systems each year for its customers. A cross-section of the company’s capabilities will be on show at bauma 2019. “From mini-excavator to asphalt roller, we’re giving visitors a tour of our cabs,” says Georg Fritzmeier. “It shows our wide variety as well as our expertise in steel and aluminium. All of our cabs are naturally ROPS or FOPS-tested.” The cabs on show are projects that were completed for Doosan, Sennebogen, Hamm and Kubota.
The ongoing success of the company is evidence that customers are satisfied with Fritzmeier. Another very good indication is what the customers themselves say, for example Joachim Stein, Director Construction Machinery Product Support at Kubota: “Fritzmeier has been our supplier for many years. We first decided to have an aluminium cab made in the summer of 2014. The weight reduction, form options and systems integration were clear advantages in favour of this cab for our new machine. With their great expertise in lightweight aluminium construction, Fritzmeier did an outstanding job. This cab adds another forward-looking element to our innovative machine design.”
In addition to cabs, Fritzmeier CABS is showing various system assemblies made of synthetics and aluminium, with the focus on the functional integration and simple handling of these lightweight components.
Source: Fritzmeier CABS