Ditch Witch to showcase latest underground construction equipment and training services at Bauma 2016
Ditch Witch will be showcasing innovative equipment designed to help global, underground construction operators be more productive and confident on the job at the 2016 Bauma event. Customer-driven equipment will be on display in Ditch Witch Booth B3-412 at the international trade fair centre in Munich, April 11 to 17.
Ditch Witch equipment making its Bauma debut includes the new line of walk-behind trenchers and the Ditch Witch-exclusive OptiCut digging system, both designed to maximize customer ROI and optimize jobsite production and performance. Also new to Bauma, the Ditch Witch organization will feature its cost-efficient MR90 mud-recycling system, which offers the fastest setup time on the market. Other equipment on display for the first time in the European market will be the construction-grade SK752 mini skid steer, RT125 Quad ride-on trencher, and MV800 mud vacuum excavator.
In addition to the equipment portfolio, the new comprehensive Ditch Witch Certified Training program will be showcased. Building on decades of experience providing on-site and classroom-style training, this new training program now allows novice underground construction operators to train online, in a dealership or on a mobile device. Conference attendees will have the opportunity to test the program’s horizontal directional drill (HDD) training simulator firsthand in the Ditch Witch booth.
Also on display will be the Ditch Witch HDD Advisor, an industry-first, Web-based, HDD tool designed to help operators simplify and streamline HDD tooling configuration.
The full Ditch Witch bauma lineup will include the following:
- HDDs, specifically the AT30, AT60, JT25 and JT9
- MV800 mud vacuum excavator and MR90 mud-recycling system
- Variety of trenchers, including the C- and CX-Series walk-behind trenchers, and RT45 and RT125 Quad ride-on trenchers
- SK752 and SK850 mini skid steers, and R300 Zahn tool carrier
- Genuine Ditch Witch parts, including HDD tooling and digging system parts
Ditch Witch underground construction experts with years of expertise will be available to answer any questions and help underground construction professionals address any pressing needs in Booth B3-412.
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