Germany/Trade Fair

bauma 2016: Mining and Tunnelling

Mining and tunnelling have been an ever-present and increasingly important segment of the bauma trade fair in Germany since 2004. The mining sector offers numerous innovations and developments at the forthcoming leading international fair for construction machinery, building material machines, mining machines and construction vehicles and equipment, held in Munich from April 11 to 17, 2016.

Over a total exhibition area of 575 000 m² the bauma 2013 registered record figures: more than 3400 international exhibitors attracted 535 000 visitors from 200 countries to Munich. The Mining segment played...

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