Bauma 2022 proves a success

By Andy Brown14 November 2022

Bauma organiser Messe München said more than 495,000 visitors attended the show from October 24-30, with around 50% being international visitors.

Over 495,000 visitors from around the world attended this year’s Bauma construction trade fair, which took place in Munich, Germany, between 24 and 30 October.

The show featured the latest in diesel and electric powered construction equipment, as well as hydrogen fuel and digital technology innovations, which were exhibited by some 3,200 exhibitors from 60 countries.

The last time the show was held, in 2019, there were 627,603 visitors. Given that, since then, the world has experienced the Covid-19 pandemic and numerous trade shows have been postponed or cancelled, the event’s organiser Messe München said it was “thrilled” with how the event went.

The top ten exhibitor countries were: Germany, Italy, Turkey, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Netherlands, France, the US, Austria, Spain and China. The share of international exhibitors was nearly 65%.

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