F820RA.2.26 xhe-dynamic

The company Loosemores Transport uses a Fassi 820RA xhe-dynamic crane for a delicate lifting operation at RAF Cosford, Shropshire


Cosford (UK) – The Shropshire-based company Loosemores Transport had the enviable job of lifting and transporting this stunning aircraft last week. The Boulton Paul P-108 Balliol T2 WN149 was rebuilt from the remains of the original cockpit section and had just completed its restoration at RAF Cosford by the Boulton Paul Heritage team. Following its restoration, it was lifted by Loosemores using their FASSI F820RA.2.26 xhe-dynamic crane. (Courtesy of Fassi UK).
Fassi cranes in synergy

Two heavy-duty Fassi cranes work together to achieve optimum installation times on a construction site in Amsterdam

Amsterdam (The Netherlands) – On modern construction sites, building speed is often a determining factor. In these pictures received in December from our Dutch importer-distributor, De Jong IJmuiden I B.V. of Velsen-Noord, two Fassi cranes from the heavy-duty range work in synergy to speed up the execution of two distinct phases in handling carpentry components: unloading on-site and structural installation. (Courtesy of M. Melein - De Jong IJmuiden I B.V.)

Kogler Krantechnik GmbH

Fassi’s YouTube channel presents the Austrian importer-dealer, the company Kogler Krantechnik GmbH, located in the vicinity of Klagenfurt


Fassi has been collaborating with Kogler Krantechnik GmbH, located in Maria Saal, in the district of Klagenfurt, for almost thirty years. It is a highly experienced and capable company with excellent knowledge of the lifting sector in Austria. In a brief interview, Ewald Rescher, the company owner, presents the main characteristics of this dynamic and extremely motivated organisation that focuses on quality, technology and the efficiency of their after-sales service.
Fassi F195A.0.23 active

The company Metal Work Co., importer and distributor of Fassi in Saudi Arabia, delivered a batch of F195A.0.23 active cranes to the city of Taif


Jeddah (Saudi Arabia) – Recently the company Metal Work Co., which imports and distributes Fassi in Saudi Arabia, delivered a batch of 9 Isuzu FVR34Q 18-tonne GVW vehicles fitted with Fassi F195A.0.23 active cranes to the city of Taif. This supply is part of an ecological project in which Metal Work Co. has collaborated with the municipality of the city, which is located a few kilometres east of Mecca, in the western part of the country. (Courtesy of M. Badreddine of Metal Work Co.)
F1150RA.2.28L616 xhe-dynamic

A Fassi F1150RA.2.28 xhe-dynamic crane with an L616 jib erects the Christmas tree in the centre of Copenhagen


Copenhagen (Denmark) – Last week a Fassi F1150RA.2.28 xhe-dynamic crane with an L616 jib installed a beautiful fir tree in the Town Hall Square in the centre of Copenhagen. It will be Copenhagen's Christmas tree, which has been traditionally decorated and lit during the Christmas period in the centre of the Danish capital for 105 years. (Courtesy of G. Rasmussen - Fassi Kraner ApS).
Fassi F365RA.2.26 e-dynamic

A Fassi F365RA.2.26 e-dynamic crane for a building company in Píšť, Czech Republic


Olomouc (Czechia) – Fassi’s distributor in the Czech Republic, EverLift spol. s r.o., has recently delivered a new Fassi F365RA.2.26 e-dynamic crane to the company Fichna - Hudeczek a.s., a building firm in Píšť, a municipality in the Moravian-Silesian Region. EverLift installed the crane onto the rear of a Mercedes S2-7400 tipper truck, creating the perfect solution for lifting and transporting building materials.
F395A.2.24 xe-dynamic

A Fassi F395A.2.24 xe-dynamic crane lifts concrete tanks in Adelaide, demonstrating outstanding weight/power ratio


Adelaide (Australia) – A few months ago, a Fassi customer in Adelaide that produces prefabricated products tested out the performances of a Fassi F395A.2.24 xe-dynamic crane in lifting particularly heavy concrete tanks, and made it look easy. Provided by the Southern Australian dealer Ahrns Handling Equipment Pty Ltd, the crane is mounted on the back of a 4-axle truck, can be radio-controlled remotely from the ground with RCS radio remote control.
Fassi F710RA.2.27 L426 xhe-dynamic

The stunning installation of a Fassi F710RA.2.27L426 loader crane onto a Scania truck by Fassi Kraner Aps


Randers (Denmark) – Towards the end of last month, the Århus team of Fassi’s Danish importer/distributor, Fassi Kraner Aps, delivered a fantastic Fassi F710RA.2.27 equipped with an L426 jib to the company Danish Stevedore A/S. Based in Randers in the Central Denmark Region, the company specialises in providing stevedoring services (loading or offloading cargo to and/or from a ship) but also operates in land and sea transport, logistics, construction services and staff, equipment and warehouse rental, all adapted to the individual customer's needs.
F990RA.2.28 crane

For the Fassi F990RA.2.28 xhe-dynamic crane in the pictures moving a fractionation column is not a hard feat

Comun Nuovo (Bergamo) – In recent days we have received some pictures from a customer who used a Fassi F990RA.2.28 xhe-dynamic crane to move part of a fractionation column for refining. The crane used for this operation was installed onto a Volvo FH16 650 four-axle truck with a body without sides (removable when necessary). (Courtesy of A. Bonfanti - Bonfanti Trasporti).
 


F1150RA.2.27L616 xhe-dynamic

A Fassi F1150RA.2.27 xhe-dynamic crane with L616 jib installed on a Volvo FH 500 truck with low-bed trailer for construction in Austria


Klagenfurt (Austria) – Fassi’s distributor Kogler Krantechnik GmbH, based in Klagenfurt, Austria, recently delivered a F1150RA.2.27 xhe-dynamic crane equipped with an L616 jib, IoC (Internet of Cranes) remote assistance system, simplified winch control system (AWC), folding pulleys and stabilisation at the front of vehicle. The Volvo FH 500 truck has been designed in such a way that a low-bed trailer can be connected via the fifth wheel coupling. (Courtesy of D. Klösch - Kogler Krantechnik GmbH).

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.