Bauma 2019: Are You Ready?
By Chad Elmore13 March 2019
The world’s largest construction equipment exhibition will be held in Munich, Germany, between April 8 and 14. Taking place every three years in Munich, the event is expected to attract around 3400 exhibitors and more than half a million visitors. The show covered more than 600,000 m2 of exhibition space last time it took place in 2016.
For more information about the exhibition, including registration details, please click here
Travelling to Bauma:
The nearest airport is Munich Airport. During Bauma a shuttle bus service is scheduled to run from the airport to the Trade Fair Centre every 15 minutes, operating non-stop between the airport and the Bauma trade fair. The trip usually takes less than 45 minutes. A one-way ticket costs €9.00 and a return tickets costs €15.00.
Visitors can also buy shuttle bus ticket online: click here
At the airport, shuttle bus stops are located directly in front of the areas A and Z at Terminal 1, and in front of Terminal 2. From 08:00 – 18:00 shuttle buses travelling to the exhibition grounds depart from the airport every 15-20 minutes. From 9:30-19:00 the shuttle buses run every 20 minutes from the exhibition grounds to the airport. Note: These times are subject to change; refer to the specific information about shuttle bus service during the show.
Taxis from the airport to the Trade Fair Centre cost an fixed rate of €63.00 (US $70.00).
Rental cars are available at Munich airport from Avis, Europcar, Hertz, National/Alamo and Sixt. Service counters and pick-up/drop-off points are located in Terminal 1.
Munich is also well served by rail and road networks.
Bauma’s popularity means hotel rooms are hard to come by in Munich during the show, and visitors can expect to pay as much as five to ten times the normal advertised rate for a room.
Reservations can be made through:
A product of DER Touristik Deutschland GmbH
The Munich Tourist Information service may also be of use.
Munich tourism – Guest and hotel service
Accommodation inquiries — Hotel reservations
Phone: +49 (0)89 23396555
Fax: +49 (0)89 23330233
Website: click here
The Bauma exhibition is served by the U2 underground metro line, part of Munich’s extensive public transport network.
The Messestadt West station is at the main entrance to the trade fair and is convenient for the lower numbered exhibitions halls (A1 to A3, B0 to B3, C1 – C3 etc.).
The Messestadt Ost station is more useful for the outside exhibition areas and the higher numbered halls (A4 to A6, B3-6 and C3-6 etc.).
There is also car parking available at the trade fair centre and a steady flow of taxis. But beware, the huge numbers of visitors to Bauma can lead to heavy traffic and delays, particularly at peak times.
Help planning a journey on public transport can be found at www.mvv-muenchen.de
Munich Airport’s website is also a useful source of travel information, at www.munich-airport.de.
There is also plenty of useful information on the Munich Tourist Information website at www.munich-touristinfo.de.
KHL will be publishing show preview e-newsletters as well as daily newsletters covering breaking news from the exhibition itself.
Editorial teams from across KHL’s publishing network, incuding the staff of Diesel Progress and Diesel Progress International, will be at Bauma, sourcing exclusive interviews with senior industry figures, and publishing news about the major equipment launches from the show.
The newsletters will cover earthmoving, cranes, demolition, access and rental equipment markets and much more besides.
Click here to register to receive free Bauma Munich newsletters, or copy and paste the following link in your browser: http://www.khl.com/subscriptions/bauma/
KHL at Bauma
KHL will have a stand at Bauma and visitors are more than welcome. Off-Highway Research, an independent division of KHL, will also be at the show as will KHL’s Power Division which publishes Diesel Progress and Diesel Progress International.
KHL Group: B5-401
Off-Highway Research: B5-426
KHL Power Division: A4-148