MASZBUD Fair in Poland. PUTZMEISTER first time
PDL 05-13-2012 comment profile send pm notify

First time in Polish history putzmeister exhibited at trade fair


PDL 05-13-2012 reply profile send pm notify

PUTZMEISTER 42/5 evoII   Wink


Todd 05-13-2012 reply profile send pm notify

Very nice, very cool.


ALMIMA 05-14-2012 reply profile send pm notify

I notice that it says on the toolbox that the ownweight is only 30,5 ton. I suppose that is without the truckchassie? Or...?


JABA 05-14-2012 reply profile send pm notify

HERE WE GO AGAIN ......................

OBSESSION WITH WEIGHT REDUCTION

WHEN SHOULD BE CONCENTRATING ON PRICE REDUCTION $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ 


PM-Eng 05-14-2012 reply profile send pm notify

That is the total weight. In US on a Mack, it averages around 29,700kg (65,500 lbs)

http://www.putzmeisteramerica.com/products/boompumps/42z/index.cfm


localboy 05-14-2012 reply profile send pm notify

 Weight reduction means savings in the long run!


ALMIMA 05-14-2012 reply profile send pm notify

"Jaba" I don´t see any pricetag on the pump.


JABA 05-15-2012 reply profile send pm notify

HI ALMIMA

LETS TALK PRICE HOW MUCH ?

400,000 EUROS ??

 


ALMIMA 05-16-2012 reply profile send pm notify

I don´t know how much it cost in Poland, but converted from Polish Zloty to Euro, i belive that 400.000 Euro is a good guess. In Sweden, were i come from, it cost converted from SKr to Euro around 500.000 Euro.

That means that that pump must have at least: 5 job,10 pumphour and pump 150 m3 every week - average all year around include christmas/newyears-week, rich snowingweeks at wintertime and so on..., to get break even. before the pump makes money. 

 And that calculation do not pay for flat tire, broken driveaxle or idiotstuff that the operator cause.

Compare that to my linepump (nearly brandnew), it needs: 1 job, 1 pumphour and pump 1 m3 every week to get break even before it makes me money. And if that job needs 100 m (328 Ft) 2"-hose, then i do not have to start the pump at all the next week, to get break even. It means that i have to do two 1-hour pumpjobs a mounth to get break even

This is my way to calculate the risk/need of buying a pump.

I think - as all boys do - the bigger machines, the cooler it is. But it´s very hard to make money on big machines.

   


JABA 05-16-2012 reply profile send pm notify

ABSOLUTLEY CORRET 100%

WILL NEVER MAKE PROFIT WITH THESE MACHINES...........

VERY NICE TO LOOK AT AND DREAM ABOUT.

NEVER HAVE MONEY IN YOUR BANK ACCOUNT BROTHERS.

ESPECIALY THE CURRENT ECONOMIC CLIMETE OF EUROPE AND THE US.

NOW ITS SURVIVAL OF THE TOUGEST EVERY DOLLAR COUNTS

OLD SCHOOL..............................................


PDL 05-16-2012 reply profile send pm notify

Price of PM42-5 (new one) in Poland without truck: c.a.400000€, the prices are always in Euro (no in Polish Zloty).

You must answer to one question: Who buys the new Putzmeister?....it's like buy a new Ferrari.

If you want just drive, you not need a Ferrari. But if you have a looot of money, perhaps you "need" this type of car for...Wink

 

I hope that with SANY cooperation, the prices of PutzM will go down...haha

 


JABA 05-16-2012 reply profile send pm notify

PLENTY PROFIT BROTHER....................................................


JABA 05-16-2012 reply profile send pm notify

PLENTY MONEY FOR REPAIRS

PATCH UP

KEEPS ON PUMPING.........................


ALMIMA 05-16-2012 reply profile send pm notify

If the 400.000 Euro is without truckchassie - then put in 100.000 more for a chassie. Then is the price exactly the same in Poland as in Sweden - 500.000 Euro !!!.

 That pump costs 9 times more than my linepump and it´s about 30 times more expencive to run and own, but that pump do not even though charge twice as my linepump hour rate or any of my pumprates at all.

In Sweden we have a locution wich said: "Buy brand new, and pay the bank - or buy old used one and pay the guy who repair it. When paying the bank, the brand new can work and make money. When paying the guy who repair it. The old used one stands stil and make no money".

But when the brand new have no work - is it a big cost, but when the old used one have no work - it don´t have any costs either. It´s not easy to know how to do: buy new or old?

What ever direction you turn your body - your ass is allways behind you (Swedish locution)! 

I believe that Stockholm is a real Putzmeister-town. I believe that 80% of all boompumps in Stockholm is Putzmeister. 100% of all linepumps is defenetly for sure Putzmeister - i know my competitors.

Here is only one Sanypump and one Cheng-Ching (or what the Chinese brand is called), the rest is Cifa, Saraka (Finish brand) and Schwing.