Fassi Group S.p.A. - crane without compromise
Home

Home

CRANES WITHOUT COMPROMISE
Cape Town (South Africa)
NYC, Times Square (USA)

Fassi News

FassiGruTV F2150RAL video

Today on Fassi’s YouTube channel, “FassiGruTV”, the new video produced with SSAB

Albino (Italy) 1st July - Today sees the publication on Fassi’s YouTube channel “FassiGruTV” of the video made with the Swedish company SSAB, an international leader in the production of special steel. Fassi has chosen to use SSAB’s Strenx 1100 and Strenx 900 for the manufacture of a large number of components for its new F2150RAL crane. This video shows Fassi’s top-of-the-range crane in action in a building site near Helsinki in Finland, demonstrating the perfect combination of special steels with advanced properties and characteristics and cutting-edge design solutions which are the result of Fassi’s more than fifty years of experience.

More details: here

Fassi News

Presentation of the italian's new coach

Sponsor FIGC - Coverciano

Fassi, official partner of the Italian national football team, in Coverciano for the presentation of the team’s new coach

Coverciano (Italy) - 19th July. The new coach of the Italian national football team, Giampiero Ventura, met with all of the sponsors of the FIGC (Italian Football Federation) in Coverciano. During the presentation, the new coach, who has replaced Antonio Conte, reminded listeners of the upcoming events scheduled for the team, beginning with the friendly match against France in Bari on 1st September, and, above all, the appointment on 6th October in Turin for the qualifying match against Spain for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

More details: here

Fassi News

Fassi F1500RA crane dismantling Euro 2016

Fassi F1500RA.2.26

A Fassi F1500RA.2.26 crane used for the dismantling of fittings for the Euro 2016 football tournament

Lyon (France) - 21st July. A Fassi F1500RA.2.26 crane with an L815 jib, fitted to the back of a 4-axle truck, is currently being used at the Parc Olympique Lyonnais stadium for the dismantling of fittings which were made for the recent European Football Championships which took place in France from 10 June to 10 July. The Parc Olympique Lyonnais stadium, located in Décines, near Lyon, is nicknamed the “Grand Stade” or the “Stade des Lumières”. Courtesy of V. Cuguen (Fassi France).

More details: here

Fassi News

F1950RAL crane fitted on a Scania G440 8x4

Fassi F1950RAL Scania G440 8x4

The F1950RAL crane fitted on a Scania G440 8x4 is already fully operational

São José dos Campos (Brazil) - 28th July. The Fassi F1950RAL.2.28 crane (with a L816L jib) fitted on a Scania G440 8x4 which was delivered to the company Cunzolo at the beginning of the month is already fully operative. In the photo the crane is being used for the maintenance of a plant in an industrial complex. The Cunzolo company, which specialises in lifting and particular handling operations, has five branches in the cities of Campinas, São José dos Campos, Sorocaba, Taubaté and Brasilia.

More details: here

Fassi News

F1100RA crane in Brazil

Taubaté - Fassi F1100RA

Agility and precision for a F1100RA in Brazil

Taubaté (Brazil) - 20th July. A Fassi F1100RA crane has been used for the handling of machinery in an industrial warehouse at Taubaté (approximately 150 km north-east of São Paulo, state of São Paulo). This series of photographs shows how high-capacity articulated cranes can also operate in situations where reduced dimensions are essential. Obviously, when cranes operate in reduced spaces, precision, as well as the ability of the operator, is of great importance.

More details: here

Fassi News

Fassi.BE satisfied with Libramont 2016

Fassi.BE - Libramont 2016

The Belgian Fassi dealer is satisfied with the 2016 edition of the Libramont trade fair

Libramont-Chevigny (Belgium) - 25th July. Today is the last day of the agricultural, agri-food and forestry trade fair. This weekend, thousands of visitors came to the enormous exposition area of the fair, as the photograph demonstrates. The Fassi stand was also more crowded than in past years. Despite the protests by local trade unions representing milk producers on Friday, the flow of visitors took place as normal.

More details: here

This website uses cookies, including those of third-parties, to offer you the best possible user experience in keeping with your preferences. By continuing to navigate or by clicking on any part of the page, you to the use of cookies. If you would like to learn more or opt out of all or some cookies, click here.