Raimondi, GP Mat to exhibit two cranes at Intermat 2018
Raimondi Cranes will be exhibiting at Intermat 2018 in Paris, France, together with its exclusive French agent, GP MAT International.
Onsite from April 23-28, inclusive at the Paris Nord exhibition center Villepinte, France, Raimondi Cranes and GP MAT can be found at Extension 6 stand C087.
Frank Torchard, president, GP MAT International, said: As a proud member of the French construction community, GP MAT endeavors to continue to engage with our existing clients at every possible opportunity. In addition, we hope that Intermat 2018 will allow us, in partnership with Raimondi Cranes, to present our newest solutions to our
market. Our activity at French exhibitions stems from the aim to showcase both GP MATs effectiveness and fleet capabilities, and to introduce the unparalleled quality of the products to new customers and to heavy machinery enthusiasts alike.”
Erected onsite will be the Raimondi MRT234 equipped with elevator, and the Raimondi LR330, launched in February 2018.
Eng Domenico Ciano, technical director, Raimondi Cranes, said: France is one of Raimondis strongest platforms. Our French market share in Raimondi is reflective of our dedication to manufacture intelligently-designed tower and luffing cranes, and the significant quality service put forward by our valued partner GP MAT since 1996. Together with GP MAT president, Torchard, and his senior team members, Raimondis entire executive team will be onsite at Intermat.
“Torchards leadership, GP MAT, has positioned Raimondis heaviest lifters on many strategically important French jobsites. We will continue to build on our extremely fruitful partnership by supporting their work with Raimondis technical specialists and export and aftersales care experts.
According to the organisers, the 2018 edition of Intermat Paris expects more than 1,500 exhibitors from four main sectors: earthmoving and demolition, roads, minerals and foundations, buildings and concrete, and lifting, handling and transportation. The trade fair, held every three years, boasts over 183,000 visitors from 167 countries.