Raimondi Cranes SpA, established in 1863, will be exhibiting in the Middle East for the first time in the company’s history at the Big 5 Heavy in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Onsite from March 26-28 inclusive at the Dubai World Trade Center, Raimondi Cranes (Raimondi) can be found at stand Z5 A93.
“We are pleased to welcome our senior management from our Italian headquarters for the Big 5 Heavy in Dubai. Raimondi’s Technical Director, Eng. Domenico Ciano, will be onsite for the duration of the event to meet with new and existing clients, and to discuss the company’s engineering advancements and innovative applications of technology to our products,” said Wael Hasan, Middle East Commercial Manager, Raimondi Cranes.
“Raimondi has launched two new products in less than six months: the flagship luffer of our new range, the 18 tonne LR330, and the flattop MRT234, with the optimal match of mechanical, structural and electronic control design allowing for increased productivity and safety,” said Ciano, remarking on the company’s dedication to innovative jobsite solutions. “I will be joined in Dubai by Raimondi’s Commercial Director, Eng. Mauro Masetti, to liaise with our Middle East clients and support the Middle East team in furthering our activations across the MENA region,” Ciano continued.
According to the organizers, the Big 5 Heavy, a new, international large-scale exhibition, will feature five new dedicated sectors across the heavy construction and concrete industries and more than 300 local and international suppliers. Staged by dmg events, the Big 5 portfolio of global trade shows and summits has connected more than 100,000 global suppliers and buyers of construction products across the Middle East, Asia and Africa.
Raimondi Cranes together with its exclusive French agent, GP Mat International, recently announced joint participation in Intermat Paris 2018 from April 23-28. Raimondi’s two newest models, the MRT234 flattop tower crane and the LR330 luffing jib crane, will be erected onsite at Intermat for the duration of the event.