We have just returned from exhibiting at Bauma China 2016 in Shanghai.
This is the 8th International Trade Fair for Construction Machinery, Building Material Machines, Mining Machines and Construction Vehicles, and was successfully held between 22-25 November at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC). Bauma China is the biggest exhibition of its kind in Asia and the show was the launch pad for the newly redesigned Trimax ADplus Vibrating Screen!
At our exhibition stand, the Trimax ADplus 2612 Vibrating Screen on display gathered the most amount of interest with a steady stream of interested visitors, who were keen to take a closer look and to learn more about its efficient vibratory mechanism, strengthened side walls, and durable FAG bearings.
Along with this new product launch at our exhibition stand, Trimax Machinery had our popular Trimax Trent 48-36 Jaw Crusher on display. This is our revamped heavy duty jaw crusher with its hydraulic wedge closed side setting adjustment and bigger SKF/FAG bearings to withstand even stronger crushing stresses than before.
Also of keen interest was our video presentation on our video wall of Trimax Machinery’s recent wheeled mobile crushing plant installed and commissioned in Malaysia slightly more than a month ago. We received many inquires for mobile crushing and screening plants from visitors after they had viewed the video.
Having participated for the fourth time at Bauma China 2016, Trimax Machinery welcomed our biggest customer base so far, with customers from China, Malaysia, Indonesia, South Korea, the Philippines, and South America, among other countries. This large customer base helped create a fantastic atmosphere and cement Trimax Machinery’s growing reputation both regionally and internationally.
With both machines from the show being shipped to Singapore and subsequently to two separate Malaysian customers directly from Bauma China 2016, the show has already been a success and the level of interest generated has all of us in Trimax Machinery in a buoyant mood looking towards 2017.