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Old 3rd May 2010, 01:13   #1
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It was the largest trade fair for construction machinery in the world. This time India was partner company for this Trade Fair. When they select the parter country, objective is to bring potential customers from the world’s rapidly growing markets to Munich.

This fair known as 29th International Trade Fair for Construction Machinery, Building Material Machines, Mining Machines, Construction Vehicles and Construction Equipment

I do not have much knowledge on these machine, but there were quite a lot of demonstration which was explaining what these machines can do.
Fair was from 19-25 April and I got to know about it on the last day of the exibition and I could able to cover only 15% of it.

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MORE - Dil maange more! of these giants. Curious to see which baby giants india took?

That Liebherr truck is OBSCENELY GIGANTIC. Really awesome
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I went to one of the exibitor and asked to explain about one of the machine. It took 30 mins for explanation, he also offered free lunch and drink coupen . But it was already last day and few hour were remaning, so decided not to go to much detail and click the pic of the specification instead.

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MORE - Dil maange more! of these giants. Curious to see which baby giants india took?

That Liebherr truck is OBSCENELY GIGANTIC. Really awesome
Sorry I did have left few hour and visited only 15% of it, could not found Indian install

But when I was about to leave the fair, I could found the direction symbol to Kirloskar.
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Machine and Specification

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One of the Biggest crane

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A crane, lifting big truck
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No Idea what this machine is for.
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Old 17th May 2010, 16:02   #13
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No Idea what this machine is for.
Looks like a forklift but with different arm attachment.

wonderful machinery though!
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Looks like a forklift but with different arm attachment.
Yes, looks like different attachment, never seen before. From the pic it looks like it is for some heavy/huge material handling application.

Awesome Dumpers and loaders there, and that loader bucket looks huge.
Thanks for sharing it.
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No Idea what this machine is for.
Seems like it's for shrinking tyres
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