- Supporting program provides insight into trendsetting technologies
- Four countries participate with national pavilions
- Online registration now activated for visitors
The international construction equipment and technology industry will meet at bauma CTT RUSSIA in Moscow from June 5 to 8, 2018. During these days, the metropolis will again become the scene for Russia’s most important trade fair for construction technology. The annual major event will already take place for the 19th time. The organizers expect a visitor interest that is at least as keen as in the previous year: the 2017 edition attracted more than 20,000 visitors from 56 countries.
This year, the trade show will feature many international market giants again. Already registered exhibitors include Amkodor, Ammann, Bauer, Daimler Kamaz Rus, Fassi, GAZ Group Commercial Vehicles, Haulotte, Hyundai, ISTK (distributor of Komatsu), Kässbohrer, Kaeser Kompressoren, KEMZ (Kovrov Electromechanical Plant), Kobelco, Kögel, Kudesnik, Magni, Manitou, Masa, Putzmeister, RM Terex, Scheuerle, Schwing, SDLG, Shantui, Top-Werk, Wirtgen and XCMG. These and many other exhibitors will present their products and solutions on approximately 61,000 square meters of exhibition space.
China, Germany, Finland and Italy with country pavilions
In addition to the individual company booths, the visitors to the Moscow exhibition center IEC Crocus Expo will be able to enjoy country pavilions of key manufacturing nations. This year, China, Germany, Finland and Italy are all set to pool the innovative capacity and technical expertise of domestic companies in joint pavilions.
The 19th edition of bauma CTT RUSSIA will not only bring together supply and demand, but also serve as platform transferring cutting-edge knowledge on markets and technologies. For this, the organizer CTT Expo will offer an extensive presentation, workshop and round table program on all four days of the fair. Topics will include trendsetting infrastructure measures and contemporary technologies/materials for road construction, highlighting the Russian Federation’s current market conditions for construction equipment and building materials as well as legislative measures against counterfeit products in engineering. Of course, the hot topics of digitization and automation will also be on show: What are the industry’s experiences with robot-assisted production? What smart solutions can facilitate the operation of a fleet of construction machinery? Apart from the knowledge imparted by experts, the focus will be on sharing information and networking. Those who want to save the normal ticket price, can now register online to obtain free access to the trade fair. A provisional, constantly updated exhibitor list is available on the bauma CTT RUSSIA website at www.bauma-ctt.ru/en. The website also offers photos free to download
Source text and photo: Messe München Press