Nagano exhibits at BAUMA for the first time in 2019

Japanese company Nagano, leading producer of enhanced access aerial lifting equipment, is delighted to attend BAUMA for the first time in 2019.

Nagano has recently secured key dealer partnerships within Europe, enabling it to extend supply of bestselling and new products to the European market.

BAUMA, the world’s largest construction machinery trade fair, takes place in Munich April 8-14. It brings members of the construction industry together to focus on cutting-edge technology, knowledge-sharing, new products and industry developments. It’s the perfect opportunity to introduce Nagano’s world-class engineering to a global market.

Stephen North, Nagano European Consultant, said he was delighted to be representing the company at its first ever European show and looked forward to meeting members of the wider construction community.

“Attending BAUMA this year brings us a fantastic opportunity to showcase our powered access equipment to valued customers based in Europe and across the world,” he said.

“Our technical team will be on hand, exhibiting our industry-leading aerial work platforms and control devices at BAUMA. We are extending the power of Nagano to ensure the safety, reliability and reach of our construction industry clients.”

Since 1968 the Nagano brand has stood for technical agility, skilful manufacture and high performance. The company designs and manufactures its world-class equipment wholly in Japan. The dealer partnerships now set up across Europe – with Pfeifer and Vertimac – ensure Nagano products are available locally with a seamless delivery and aftersales service that matches the company’s commitment to engineering excellence.

Nagano experts at BAUMA look forward to welcoming customers in their dedicated meetings area. To find out how Nagano products can enhance delivery of your projects, don’t miss the opportunity to book your meeting: contact your local dealer to arrange a time.

Come and meet Nagano representatives at BAUMA at location FS.1103/4.

Visit the Nagano Access Europe website to find out more about Nagano.

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