The Fassi Group, through its French holding company, which already owns Fassi France and Marrel, has acquired control of ATN, a leading manufacturer of self-propelled aerial platforms on rubber or tracks with electric or diesel engines.
ATN, the French manufacturer of self-propelled aerial platforms, has developed a range of products designed primarily to meet the needs of rental companies, a particularly thriving market in France. The quality and robustness of the materials used guarantee the machines a long life cycle even in harsh operating conditions, while the design continues to improve and constantly expand the range of products, without neglecting a design that facilitates and simplifies maintenance operations to maximize the profitability of its customers.
A new system to optimise the connectivity between the crane and truck and to control different truck functions from the crane remote control and vice versa
A crane and vehicle made whole. This is the result of the technology developed by Fassi Gru in collaboration with Volvo Trucks Italia, which will be introduced to visitors during the 67th edition of the IAA Hannover trade fair at stand 51 of Fassi Gru S.p.A. in the outdoor area “M”.
Taking place every 2 years in Germany, it is one of the most important international shows dedicated to industrial vehicles and for this reason has been chosen as the venue for the world premiere of the FX-Link system that optimises connectivity between the crane and truck.
Its purposes are 1) to give the driver better and quicker feedback on the state of the crane when behind the wheel of the truck, fully integrating this information into the vehicle's dashboard, and 2) to enhance the capabilities of the remote control as an operating tool in crane handling.
In August, Fassi Gru and Cranab present their latest innovations at the Swedish industrial vehicle fair in Elmia, one of the most popular northern European fairs in the sector
Fassi Gru, world leader in the lifting sector, will, as usual, be at the Swedish Lastbil exhibition dedicated to the industrial vehicle sector, held in Elmia (320 km south-west of Stockholm) from 22nd to 25th August. It is a biennial event that started 35 years ago that, during the last edition in 2016, attracted more than 40,000 visitors and 415 exhibitors from all over Europe.
The national distributor of the Italian brand, the company Fassi Sverige AB (based in Gothenburg), will be at stand U502:10 with all the latest innovations from the various Fassi Gru product ranges.
At the Hannover fair, held this year from 20th to 27th September, the Italian company is firmly committed to innovation.
The Fassi Gru industrial group, leader in the lifting sector, will take part in the IAA 2018 industrial vehicle trade fair, scheduled to take place in Hannover from 20th to 27th September. It is one of the world's largest trade fairs dedicated to the transport sector and industrial vehicles. Now in its 67th edition, the IAA is organised by the VDA (German Association of the Automobile Industry), the most eminent trade association in Germany.
A union of European excellence to be presented at the 27th IFAT fair in Munich. Fassi Group can now offer multiple product solutions and equipment that can be integrated across the group brands
Fassi Gru, worldwide leader in the lifting sector, will be presenting for the third time at IFAT, the most important international fair for the recycling sector, scheduled to be held in Munich from 14th to 18th May 2018. The Fassi Group stand will be located in the open-air area (in plot 810/8) and will cover an area of 300 square metres. Fassi Gru S.p.A. will attend this important event together with the Swedish company Cranab AB and the French company Marrel SAS. These are three leading brands in their respective sectors that, by bringing together their expertise, today offer their best multiple product solutions and equipment that can be integrated with other group brands, enjoying the benefits of the new opportunities which have derived from their being present since 2014 in new sectors (i.e. recycling, ecology and timber) with a range of products of extraordinary breadth.