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MB CRUSHER BIG REVEAL AT BAUMA 2019


How to figure out the Italians? Speak about food. It does apply every time, even to the MB Crusher attachments. The units are like a recipe well executed. By mixing prime ingredients well, what comes out is perfect.

Strong attachments, adaptable to all work sites - construction, demolition, quarrying, trenching - and to all types of machines - excavators, skids, loaders, backhoes and telehandlers. Attachments that crush, sift, grind and process material directly on site. Certified and designed to reduce noise and dust. Attachments that save transport costs, maintenance costs, the purchase cost of inert material, and time.

A mix of ingredients at the service of sites and customers all over the world, on display and at work from 8 to 14 April 2019 during the world's largest construction event: Bauma 2019 in Munich, Germany.

MB Crusher will be present in three areas: the outdoor area, #FN 832/9, where a real working yard will be set up. Buckets at work: crusher, screener, cutter including the latest release, the small MB-R500. A showroom, the promotional point, in the Atrium between the pavilions A6 and B6. And an internal booth, hall B5, number 424, this time bigger, richer, tastier.
And then there will also be the secret ingredient. The revelation that makes the recipe a starred restaurant dish. Or the perfect cocktail for the evening. But to find it out, we'll have to wait the first day of the fair. When, at the world premiere, MB Crusher will reveal something truly revolutionary.