Raimondi Cranes announces extensive show plan for Bauma 2022
Raimondi Cranes SpA, heritage manufacturer of intelligently-designed machinery, will unveil its new visual identity while showcasing two new cranes and a newly-designed cabin onsite at Bauma 2022.
The cranes will be erected at the Raimondi Cranes exhibit situated at FS 1102/2 in the event’s outdoor area at the Messe München Trade Fair Center. Raimondi’s senior management team, together with its full official agent roster, will be welcoming visitors onsite for the duration of the event from October 24-30, 2022.
“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 Eng. Diego Borgna, Chief Executive Officer, Raimondi Cranes.
“We will also take the opportunity of the gathering at Bauma, the largest exhibition in the construction industry, to present our new vision and guiding principals to clients, industry stakeholders, and our respected contemporaries in the sector,” he said. Eng. Borgna added that the details around the new 29,000 sq. m. company headquarters will also be shared at the event.
The newest range of Raimondi flattops is comprised of two series; the two lineups aim to excite and meet market demand, with further details to be released at a later date. The new models have a range of lifting capacities, from 6t-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 to boost crane operator comfort.
“We are excited to present a new Raimondi that honors our heritage, while heralding in the future of the company,” Badin continued. “We look forward to welcoming clients, visitors, colleagues, and sector stakeholders, at our exhibit during this pivotal time for the company.”