From 8 - 14 April, Liebherr will give attendees of bauma 2019 a unique chance to experience its latest innovations first-hand, which range from construction machines, material handling, mining and components. Visitors can look forward to seeing many new technologies and other practical innovations at Liebherr’s 14 000 m2 outdoor stand (809 - 813) and its indoor stand in hall A4, number 326.
At bauma 2019, Liebherr will present all the latest product developments and innovations from across the whole range of construction machines, material handling and mining, as well as components. The Group is confident that these innovations, along with its improved sales and service network, will lead to further growth. This is also reflected in the current demand for the Group’s products and services.
According to prognoses for the current business year, the Liebherr Group will once again increase revenues, even surpassing the €10 billion mark for the first time in the company’s history. Drivers for growth in 2018 were construction machines and mining equipment, business areas which grew by around 10% in total. The two best-selling divisions, Earthmoving and Mobile Cranes grew once again; the former experienced growth in the high single digits and the latter in the double-digit range. The sales increase in the Mining division was even more pronounced thanks to an uptick in the extraction industry. The Tower Cranes and Concrete Technology divisions also experienced growth.
With its overarching message, ‘Together. Now & Tomorrow’, the Group will give attendees of the trade fair a chance to learn more about its products, innovations and trends in the construction machinery industry.
In addition, all the stands will feature many different activities to bring the ‘Together. Now & Tomorrow’ message to life for attendees.
Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/dry-bulk/31122018/liebherr-to-exhibit-at-bauma-2019/
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