The Italian Consulate in Germany visits ES' stand at the Bauma exhibition


The Italian Consulate in Germany visits ES' stand at the Bauma exhibition
MUNICH (GERMANY) - Emiliana Serbatoi has gladly welcome the visit of Italian Consulate in Germany on its stand during Bauma exhibition in Munich. A delegation of the government office, led by vice-consul dr. Alfredo Casciello, made a short stop at ES’ booth for a social call.
The delegation was received by the team of the Italian firm, which had the chance to explain the internationalisation activities aimed at expanding the business in foreign markets: the presence at Bauma, the leading trade fair for construction, building material and mining machines and construction vehicles and equipment that took place from 8th to 14th of April in Munich, Germany, is part of this strategy.
The participation at the trade fair – as well as other exhibitions all around the world – had the goal to promote the penetration of the products and the brand both in new markets and countries.
The Consulate delegation had the chance to discover the tanks for storage and fuel transport manufactured by Emiliana Serbatoi and incouraged the activities of the company headed by Gian Lauro Morselli, that only few months ago celebrated the 35th anniversary from the foundation.
Meanwhile, at Bauma the Italian company has launched an innovative product line, Carrytank® Pick-up, specifically designed to be easily installed into the back of a pick-up vehicle. Emiliana Serbatoi’s R&D department has redesigned original Carrytank® models: the tank’s hips have been modified and the bases have been narrowed to allow the installation between the wheel arches of the back of pickups. Moreover, internal breakwater bulkheads guarantee more stability.
Carrytank® Pick-up line by Emiliana Serbatoi, thanks to versatility and ease of use, allows almost unlimited refueling operations both in professional fields and in sport or leisure activities.
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