From 23 to 25 June 2019, Kramer, together with Wacker Neuson, will present itself at stand A-107 at the demo park, Europe's largest open air exhibition of the green sector. During the three days of the exhibition, Kramer in its demo shows will present wheel loaders in full use. Furthermore, in addition to innovations like the "Smart Ballast" wheel loader 5050, a cross-section of their own product portfolio will be presented.
Product news, innovations and digitisation – that’s how you can summarise the trade fair appearance of Kramer-Werke GmbH. In addition to the well-known and entertaining demo show where the machines were presented in application, a Ferris wheel on the nearly 6,000 square meter stand from Kramer and Wacker Neuson provided an action-packed stay.
The Dutch distributor GroeNoord, previously Popken Mechanisatie, has recently handed a KL35.8T over to the Mulder-Reinders family of Wezup, Netherlands. For this, great trust in the distributor and the quality of Kramer machinery was pivotal.
Kramer also will again use the world leading trade fair bauma as platform for presenting new product this year. The trade fair visitors not only expect the new wheel and telescopic wheel loader models, but also virtual reality and live presentations of machines are the focus at this exhibition.
On Friday 7th September 2018, in the context of the employee summer party, the company celebrated the 10-year existence of the production location Pfullendorf in Baden-Wuerttemberg. Beside culinary delights, the program consisted of a retrospective look at 10 years of Kramer in Pfullendorf, the inauguration of the new education centre and the welcoming address by the Kramer-Werke Manager, Karl Friedrich Hauri.
The large Kramer telehandlers have been sold in the Czech agricultural market since last year. Despite the relatively short time they have already convinced many users there. The telehandler KT559 is particularly in demand. One of the satisfied customers of this telehandler with the payload of 5.5 t is also the company AGD Senice a.s., which operates in Nymburk (Czech Republic).
The company Strom Praha from the Czech Republic spent two days at Lake Constance with almost 60 end customers. In addition to a boat trip on Lake Constance, the programme also included a visit to Kramer in Pfullendorf, where the participants gained exciting insights into production and were able to use the machines on Kramer's own test site.