For the second year running, Fassi Gru will have its logo on the bikes of Marco Bezzecchi and Celestino Vietti, the two Moto2™ racers of the SKY Racing Team VR46 and also on that of the young talent in MotoGP™ Luca Marini, racer of the SKY VR46 AVINTIA team.
This doubles Fassi Gru’s presence in MotoGP, following the renewal of the partnership with Francesco Bagnaia after his debut in the Ducati Lenovo Team.
The Fassi XR710 is a model with a rigid single boom and winch, extremely simple in construction and proposed for markets in non-European areas where this type of crane is mainly used.
Fassi takes another step forward in its strategic vision as a global player in the lifting sector, strengthening the Fassi Asia Pacific division, based in Nilai, near Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, with the development of a range of cranes designed specifically for that geographical area, and more generally for international markets where there is a strong demand for this type of crane. The goal is to develop a range of "stiff boom cranes", products that have important differences in contrast to the cranes produced so far by the Fassi Group.
This year Fassi Gru is present as Official Partner to the riders from the SKY Racing Team VR46 taking part in the Moto2 and Moto3 World Championships
A focus on people, passion and a desire to succeed are the characteristics that Fassi Gru shares with the SKY Racing Team VR46, a team that gathers together the best talents from the VR46 Riders Academy, created and managed by the champion of Tavullia. This is why the Bergamo-based company has decided to take on the role of the team’s Official Partner for this season of the World Championships, supporting the riders Luca Marini and Marco Bezzecchi in Moto 2, and Celestino Vietti and Andrea Migno in Moto 3, who will all be displaying the Fassi Gru logo on the cowl tails of their bikes.
Updates to the calendar of seasonal trade fairs and events following the emergency caused by the COVID-19 epidemic
Albino (Italy) – The IAA Commercial Vehicles show in Hanover scheduled for the end of September has been cancelled, with the next edition of this event set to be held in 2022. The IFAT trade fair in Munich for waste and material recycling and wastewater management has also been cancelled. The next edition will be held in 2022. Another cancelled event is the Swedish commercial vehicle fair Elmia Lastbil, which will take place in June next year.
While the Conexpo trade show in Las Vegas is already underway, several trade shows in Europe have been moved back
Albino (Italy) – 12th March. With the evolution of the emergency situation caused by the spread of the Coronavirus in Europe, many trade fairs scheduled for spring have been moved back in the coming months. At the beginning of the week it was announced that the Smopyc trade fair in Zaragoza dedicated to construction machinery and equipment has been moved to 23rd – 26th September.