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Bauma 2019

Join us in the excitement of Bauma. On our special website you will regularly find new information about our trade fair appearance. From April 8-14, 2019 at booth FS. 1011

WIRTGEN GROUP at Bauma 2019

Bauma 2019

Closer with the “WIRTGEN GROUP at Bauma App” – Download now and learn more about all our innovations, we will show from April 8th to 14th at Bauma 2019.

WIRTGEN GROUP at Bauma 2019

Dealer required

WIRTGEN SOUTH AFRICA (Pty) Ltd, offering world dass market leading brands to the road construction and mining industry, seeks to appoint a dealer for KwaZulu-Natal, based in the eThekwini area.

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Used Equipment

Second-hand, first choice
Are you looking for a tried and tested machine but would like to buy second-hand? Click here for all current offers of used equipment.

Product brands

Innovative solutions for Road and Mineral Technologies


Fairs and events

  1. 10.-14. March 2020 CONEXPO 2020

Usina de Notícias

Usina de Notícias 32 Maintenance of Machinery and Equipments. Experts compare cutting tools. Recyclers reduce time of stabilization. Sustainable technology for warm foamed asphalt.

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RoadNews Special No. 3

A highlight in this current edition - A new era in mobile asphalt plants: New iNOVA Series from CIBER in operation

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FORUM 56 reveals how the WIRTGEN GROUP’s product brands work together and the synergies that can be achieved.

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Parts and More

Download our current Parts and More catalogue here.

Hands-on manuals

Discover helpful advice in the hands-on WIRTGEN GROUP manuals.

RoadNews 07

The current edition of the WIRTGEN GROUP RoadNews.

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W 380 CR / W 380 CRi

High-quality in-place recycling of asphalt layers

Quality through innovation

A job site in South Africa has demonstrated that the VÖGELE MT 3000-2 Offset PowerFeeder improves pavement quality. Proof comes from the University of Twente, Netherlands, which monitored the project from a scientific perspective.

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