From 23th to 28th April (opening every day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.), Jekko will participate at Intermat 2018 in Paris, the International Construction and Infrastructure Exhibition, alongside the Fassi Group’s brands, Fassi Gru and Marrel.
Held every three years, the Parisian event is a leading trade fair for the entire industry, gathering together all the most qualified professionals in the construction and public works sectors; in fact, they represent more than 50% of the world’s 100 most important construction companies.
There will be three Jekko models on display at the stand of our French dealer Fassi France (E5-M-026) in the outdoor area: the SPX424 mini telescopic crawler crane with stabilizers – easily transportable and manoeuvrable, does not require long to set-up and is a practical lifting system that saves time, while ensuring high levels of safety and lifting capacity. The JF40 articulated crawler crane, on the other hand, is an articulated truck crane mounted on self-propelled crawler tracks, the future of crawler cranes. Finally, the new Multi-Loader JML25, a self-levelling transport platform with crawler tracks, a unique innovation.
Technical specifications of the Jekko display models:
The new Jekko multi-loader JML25
More about Intermat:
The last edition brought together 1,500 exhibitors, 70% of them international, travelling from 40 different countries, and were visited by 183,000 operators from 167 countries. The equipment and products are divided into four categories: Earth Movement and Demolition; Roads, Minerals and Foundations; Buildings and Concrete Sector; Lifting, Handling and Transport.
Mobility, housing, energy, digital, employment: these are the major challenges that make the construction and infrastructure sector one of the main drivers of regional transformation in economic, social and environmental terms. Intermat leads the way in this rapidly evolving market and has made innovation and new technologies one of the axes of development of the 2018 edition. All of these values are widely shared by the Fassi Group and by Jekko in particular.