CDE Global has been confirmed as a finalist in the Bauma Innovation Award in advance of the Bauma exhibition in Munich, Germany in April 2016.
This will be the third appearance for CDE at Bauma Munich and the company said it will represent its biggest-ever equipment display at any exhibition and is a result of some significant new product developments.
The Bauma Innovation Award coincides with the show every three years and rewards companies and universities that have developed cutting-edge technologies of high practical use to market readiness for the construction equipment, building materials and mining industries.
“Bauma is recognized as the leading global platform for launching new products to our industry and since 2013 we have been planning for the 2016 show,” said Kevin Vallelly, product development manager with CDE Global. “A number of product development cycles will conclude with new product launches at Bauma as we further expand the range of equipment we offer the sand and aggregates, C&D waste recycling, mining and environmental sectors.”
CDE will be located on a 1,200-sq.-meter stand in Open Area North at the Messe Muenchen exhibition ground. “We will be displaying our latest modular wash plant set up in working position which will include a new feed arrangement, the latest incarnation of our M2500 mobile washing plant and an upgraded AggMax portable logwasher,” said Vallelly. “Our stand will also include a number of new inclined screens from the Infinity range as well as a stand-alone EvoWash sand washing plant with a number of patented elements and an exciting new screening system for fine screening applications.”
Another area of focus for CDE at Bauma 2016 will be their range of water treatment and recycling equipment as well as their sludge-management systems. “There are very few projects we sell now that do not have some element of water treatment and sludge management,” said Paul Stevens, CDE business development manager in Australia. “This isn’t restricted to one region but is a global phenomenon and is driven by a number of factors. Access to or the cost of water is a common theme but there is also a growing realization of the costs of managing large tailings dams or settling ponds. Space is also at a premium for most operators and these systems offer an efficient way of significantly reducing the footprint of your washing plant.”
CDE will also have an AquaCycle thickener and filter press display on the stand at Bauma to allow them to demonstrate the operation of this equipment to visitors. “From the feed arrangement at the beginning of your washing plant to the filter press dealing with the sludge the stand at Bauma will showcase the closed loop nature of the service we offer our customers,” said Kevin Vallelly. “We’re looking forward to a very busy, very productive week in April and getting the opportunity to listen to the feedback from the visitors to our stand.”