Italvibras at Bauma: the world’s leading construction trade fair

Italvibras at Bauma: the world’s leading construction trade fair 

Italvibras at Bauma: the world’s leading construction trade fair

the fair

BAUMA 2019

Once again, this year, the world’s leading construction machinery fair opens its doors: Bauma. The various sectors on exhibition include: materials, machinery, vehicles and innovative equipment. The 2019 edition will be even more ambitious, boasting an additional 9000 m² of exhibition space compare toprevious editions.

where and who


From 8 April to 14 April in Munich, Germany, at the New Munich Trade Fair (Messegelände / D-81823). The site is one of the most interesting continental trade fair hubs. The most practical way to reach Munich is by air. All major Italian airports have direct flights by scheduled or low cost airlines. Alternatively, there is the train (you only need to change once from Italy) or the car. The latter involves a long journey, but at least motorways in Germany are free-of-charge.

" We are ready for this highly acclaimed international event; it’s a fair that simply cannot be missed. This 32nd edition will give us the opportunity to meet manufacturers, operators in the sector and experts from all over the world, besides, obviously, the chance to showcase our products "


to see and to know

The customer at the core of our business

Italvibras is the leading Italian company in the manufacture of electric motovibrators. Also very active abroad, one of the company’s strengths has always been the special care and attention it has towards all its customers. A welcome drink will be offered to those visiting the Italvibras stand in Munich.

one more thing


Munich is a multi-faceted place: a financially rich city that is also capable of providing an atmosphere full of tradition. Some call it the German Milan, others the northern most Italian city, because of a cultural warmth that owes little to its Germanic roots.


Platzl 9

Not a brewery, but the brewery. A mecca for all lovers of the sacred hops. It is quite a chaotic place, so if you’re looking for something cosy, it’s definitely not for you. However, it’s the ideal place for those who wish to immerse themselves in Bavarian culture. Guaranteed fun.


Fraunhoferstrasse 9

One of the most picturesque breweries in the city. The creaking floor as soon as you walk in sets the stage perfectly. Here you can taste all the traditional Bavarian cuisine. The specialties include pork knuckle.

Hotel Ritzi

Maria-Theresia-Strasse 2a

A charming art hotel, in which every room is dedicated to the topic of travel. You can find yourself in the Caribbean, in Africa or in the more exotic areas of Southeast Asia. Inside, there is also a restaurant with excellent traditional cuisine.

Hotel Marienbad

Barer Strasse 11

Back in the say, it was undoubtedly the most luxurious hotel in the city. It has played host to composers such as Wagner and Puccini, as well as writers such as Rilke. Nowadays, it has lost part of its prestige, but the interesting alchemy of styles that make it stand out has left its aesthetic appeal intact.

Bier &Oktoberfestmuseum

Sterneckerstrasse 2

Munich is also the city of the Oktoberfest, a great event involving beer and entertainment. If you cannot take part, but wish to understand what it is, take a trip to the Bier und Oktoberfestmuseum: a museum housed in a building dating from 1340, which traces the history of the famous event.


Here is where true luxury can be found in Munich. High fashion retail stores and refined bars characterise the city’s imposing one kilometre long avenue. It is one of a kind.