Raimondi Cranes SpA, heritage manufacturer of intelligently designed machinery, today announced its participation at the 9th Edition of the GIS Expo.
Marking the company’s first exhibition in Italy in years, Raimondi aims to leverage the event as an opportunity to engage with current customers while cultivating new business relationships.
Raimondi will exhibit the company’s crane cabin, Lumina, in the event’s outdoor area at the Piacenza Expo Exhibition Centre T5, while Raimondi team members will welcome guests at its 9A indoor stand.
“Following the remarkable growth of the commercial sector in the region, we are pleased to join our sector peers at one of Italy’s biggest events. We will be onsite to showcase Raimondi’s latest innovations in machinery, and to discuss new company initiatives with our valued agents, clients, partners, and our industry colleagues,” said Marco Bertelli, Chief Operations Officer, Raimondi Cranes.
Alongside Raimondi’s intentions to increase international market share, the Italian market is of great importance to the company. The impressive number of machines placed in Italy over the past few years on hallmark and prestige jobsites have cemented a renewed brand awareness.
Alongside the MRT and other Raimondi crane ranges, the new series Class 110 and Class 150 with maximum lifting capacities ranging between 8t-12t, are enjoying interest in the Italian and wider European markets with several units already presold and shipped.
The Class 110 and Class 150, designed to meet a variety of client needs, are new generation Raimondi flat-tops equipped with ConCore, a new control system. ConCore is an intuitive diagnostic program that reduces site downtime and lowers the number of interventions required.
“With the integration of this new technology, Raimondi places a key focus on after-sales; our field technicians and engineers will be at the event to explain how the new machines can increase ROI and optimize fleet management,” Bertelli explained. “We look forward to welcoming clients, visitors, colleagues, and sector stakeholders, at our stand during this three-day event.”
Reinforcing Raimondi’s commitment as a customer-centric organization, the company has introduced in-house product trainings, with hands-on pilot sessions at its Arluno headquarters.
GIS attendees are invited to visit the Raimondi exhibit to be introduced to the company’s latest innovations in terms of design, services, and accessories.
Held in Piacenza, Italy, from October 5-7, 2023, the specialised tradeshow for the heavy lifting and transport industries is set to welcome over 400 exhibitors across 62,000 sq. m.