Bauma debut for Sany mini excavator

By Lewis Tyler03 October 2022

Sany will be presenting its entire portfolio currently available in Europe at Bauma 2022, as well as a number of machines that will be on sale next year, including the electrically driven SY19E mini excavator.

A range of construction machinery on backdrop with Bauma 2022 written behind Sany is promising to bring to Bauma its entire construction portfolio for Europe. (Photo: Sany)

The machine is equipped with battery power that is said to last for an entire working day in addition to the reduction of pollution and noise emissions.

The next generation of wheeled loaders – the SW305 and SW405 – will also be making an appearance.

Under the motto ‘keep on growing with a strong partner,’ Sany will display their new telehandler range. The STH1440 and STH1840 are said to feature comfort with a cabin and industrial design coming from Germany.

Also on display will be a new product range for road construction machines. Sany says that the models have been specially adapted to European demand and will demonstrate their entrance into this market.

Another product highlight, according to Sany, will be the electrically driven telescopic crawler crane courtesy of their parent company, Sany Global.

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