26/06/2023 - 12:28 pm

Böcker celebrates 65 years of at the 360deg Height Days

In front of the backdrop of the new production halls, Böcker celebrated its 65th company anniversary 16 and 17 June with the 360deg Height Days. In midsummer temperatures, the masts of the truck and trailer cranes were shining. The entire Böcker product range could be admired and tested live on site. Special highlights were the new electric crane AK 48e, the truck crane AK 37e and the trailer crane AHK 36e with 230 V charging technology as well as the AK 42, which demonstrated its innovative mast geometry. In the basket of the AK 52, the hustle and bustle could be observed from above and the view enjoyed.

In addition to the cranes, Böcker showed the construction and furniture lift, the rack and pinion hoists, the new EasyUp crane operator elevator, the masonry technology, the construction accessories and the ALP-Personnel and Material-Lifts.

The rack-and-pinion hoist Super-Lift MX 2024 was in continuous operation, taking guests up to 36m. During the plant tours, the new production halls could also be visited from the inside and the production of the machines using the flow principle could be seen. At the get-together, many familiar faces from the industry mingled with national and international customers, suppliers and partners. Together they discovered new products, competed for the best time in the crane parkour and made new contacts. Numerous food trucks offered delicacies for every taste and the beverage selection left nothing to be desired. With live music, people danced and celebrated together until late into the night.

Starting on Saturday afternoon, the 360deg Height Days were followed by a big summer party for all employees and their families. There was a reunion with colleagues from the German and foreign subsidiaries and many retirees. Numerous attractions, such as a bouncy castles and a balloon artist, sweetened the afternoon for the younger guests. The day ended with a great party in the evening.

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