Bauma CHINA is Asia’s largest and most important event for the construction industry. It attracts international buyers–a fact that guarantees a high return on your investment as well as sustainable success. Today, the show is both a platform for product presentations and a grand industry party for communication, cooperation and continued growth.

Experience Asia’s construction machinery industry at its finest. In 2016, the fair had 300,000 square meters, 2,958 exhibitors and more than 170,000 visitors.

In addition to the world’s leading trade fair bauma, Messe München has extensive skill in organizing additional international construction machinery trade fairs. For example, Messe München organizes bauma CHINA in Shanghai and bauma CONEXPO INDIA in Gurgaon/Delhi together with the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) as well as bauma CONEXPO AFRICA in Johannesburg.

In December 2015, Messe München successfully expanded its portfolio further with the purchase of the leading Russian construction machinery trade fair CTT, now renamed bauma CTT RUSSIA. In March 2017, the bauma NETWORK was again expanded with M&T Expo in the form of a license agreement with SOBRATEMA (Brazilian Association of Association of Technology for Construction and Mining).

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Deutz builds its ten millionth engine

Drive systems specialist Deutz celebrates the production of its ten millionth engine with the completion of a TCG 7.8 H2. This hydrogen engine with six cylinders is, like the original, a four-stroke engine.
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