Bauma 2007, to be held in Munich April 23-29, 2007, will be the largest collection of construction equipment ever assembled in one place! Additional exhibit space has been added to accommodate exhibitors from the emerging economies of China and India. The space allocated to Chinese manufacturers is five times greater than in 2004; that for India four times more; and Japan by five times. Bauma's organizers say exhibitors from Austria, Luxemburg, Turkey, Korea and Greece have doubled their demand.

Bauma is of course the stage on which many manufactures launch new machines. In its March issue, International Cranes & Specialized Transport, ACT's sister publication, will provide a comprehensive guide of new equipment to be showcased.

Registering

You can register to attend the show online up until the end of March 2007. (Visit www.bauma.de) After registering you will be sent your visitor entrance ticket. Prices are as follows:Day ticket: €22.00 (US$ 28.60) or €18.00 (US$ 23.40) by advance sale online 3-day ticket: €45.00 (US$ 58.50) or €39.00 (US$ 50.70) online Full-show €58.00 (US$ 75.40) or €50.00 (US$ 65.00) online. There are discounts for groups.

Travel and hotels

Bauma has an arrangement with travel planner Smart and More GmbH, a web-based travel and logistics specialist for exhibitions and conferences.

The company can book hotels, arrange travel (air/rail/bus) and more.

Smart and More GmbH Lotsekai 10 21079 Hamburg Germany Website:www.smartfairs.de E-mail: smartfairs@sam-hh.de Tel: +49 40 88 17 12 40 Fax: +49 40 88 17 12 50

Bauma Contact Information

Tel: +49 89 9 49-1 13 48 Fax: +49 89 9 49-1 13 49 Web: www.bauma.de

44 American Cranes & Transport FEBRUARY 2007

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