Mercedes-Benz Unimog at demopark 2023.
The Unimog is as versatile as its areas of application – it is made to be out in the field every day. Therefore, it simply could not be missing at Europe's largest open-air exhibition for the green industry: Mercedes-Benz Special Trucks shows its full spectrum at this year's demopark and is represented with numerous exhibits of Unimog implement carriers.
You can expect:
- Unimog implement carriers ranging from the compact U 219 to the powerful U 530
- High-terrain Unimog of the series U 4023 and U 5023
- Live demonstrations several times a day
- Sales and after-sales contacts
At home in the open.
Once again, the green industry meets in Thuringia, Germany: 412 exhibitors presenting their innovations to 37,000 visitors on 250,000 m² of grounds at the Eisenach-Kindel airfield. The exhibition includes all machines for grounds and green space maintenance, gardening and landscaping, winter services as well as the areas of sports field construction and golf course maintenance.
Homecoming for the Unimog.
"Anyone looking for innovation with guaranteed efficiency has come to the right place. Because demopark is and remains the number one place to go for green space professionals, gardeners and landscapers, greenkeepers and municipal decision-makers," demopark trade director, Dr Tobias Ehrhard, invites.
This is also the sound of the Unimog: quick equipment change, less downtime, efficient use all year round – there are many selling points for how municipalities as well as contractors, service providers and farmers can benefit equally from the use of the all-rounder. This can be seen at demopark in June.
Europe's largest open-air exhibition for the green industry
Learn more – demopark.de/en
Exhibition booth Daimler Truck AG:
Flexible and strong: the hydraulic spring for Unimog.
The Unimog implement carriers are presented to the public three to four times a day as part of a moderated demonstration. This year's highlight: the hydraulic spring for Unimog. It is a practical system that assists with the coupling and uncoupling of mounted implements. In addition to ensuring a constant driving level with different loading conditions or rear attachments, it also improves the stability of the driving behaviour.
Green power for the green industry.
As part of the publicly funded "WaVe" research project, the Mercedes-Benz trade fair team will also be presenting a prototype Unimog based on the U 430 with a hydrogen-powered combustion engine as an option for a zero-emission future for the tried-and-tested implement carrier. The vehicle is exhibited with the MK 25/700 front mower from G. Dücker GmbH & Co. KG.