The Marrel roll-offs AL 20 DIN 60 (installed on a VOLVO FH16 6x2L EURO 6 with wheelbase 4800 + 1370 mm) and AL 6 DIN 29 (installed on an IVECO Daily 70C17K with wheelbase 3450 mm) dominated Fassi’s stand. The AL 20 sturdy tipper roll-off caisson, almost fully mechanic and with a 20-ton carrying capacity, ensures a quick and adjustable coupling, as well as a closure facing inward or outward thanks to its interchangeable hooks. With a 6-ton carrying capacity, the roll-off AL 6 D 29 proved to be an equally interesting product for the construction, agricultural and recycling sectors; moreover, the electronic control unit is solid and compact.
The cranes include the brand new Fassi F165AZ, featuring an innovative design that allows the reversed folding of the outer boom. Not only does this new model reflect Fassi’s construction philosophy, but it also represents a solution capable of improving the performance of the crane itself, without neglecting product reliability. For the first time, the booms can be moved through a single chain ram assembled inside the outer boom: this makes it possible to optimize use of the available space, so that all hydraulic hoses fit inside the boom.
In collaboration with the Cranab company, Fassi also introduced a crane for the forestry sector. The model on display offered an overview of the technology and high performance offered by the Swedish equipment.
Fassi Gru S.p.A. - Loader cranes manufacturer since 1965
Fassi Gru is the market leader among Italian producers. Its product range and sales numbers place it among the top producers of hydraulic cranes in the world.
Fassi’s production potential is approximately 12,000 cranes per year. The entire range is exported and distributed throughout the world through an efficient and widespread distribution network. From Canada to France, from the UK to Australia, Fassi’s professionalism is reflected in the company’s aim to meet different market needs, which are often linked to the specific geographical and economic conditions of individual countries.