Two Fassi cranes with Fassi SHT system delivered

The first two cranes with the Fassi SHT (Smart Hybrid Technology) system were delivered in Oslo

Oslo (Norway) – On Wednesday 8 September, the first two fully electric Fassi cranes equipped with the Fassi SHT (Smart Hybrid Technology) system were delivered to Norway thanks to our local distributor/importer there, the company Nord-Kran A/S of Oslo.

Fassi Gru S.p.A. with Weplanet in Milan

Presentation of the large outdoor exhibition currently taking place in the main streets and squares of Milan (Italy)

Milan (Italy) - From 27 August to 7 November, globes created by young artists from the Milan Academy of Fine Arts and famous artists and designers will be on display in Milan's main streets and squares. They are each a part of the Weplanet project, created by Paolo Casserà to promote environmental awareness with works of art and design.

SVI S.p.A.

Fassi Gru and SVI have been working together for some time now to offer the railway equipment market technologically advanced solutions

Milan (Italy) - Recently, a Fassi F515RA.2.26 e-dynamic crane with V30 triple line-pull winch fitted on a railway wagon with an APV 320 multipurpose ladder truck was involved in the electrification of two railway lines in the city of Milan (Italy) near the Lambrate railway station.

GREQ Equipments Group S.R.L.

The first Fassi F50A.0 crane, fitted on a Hyundai truck, was recently delivered to the Dominican Republic


Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic) – May 2021. We are pleased to announce the start of a new partnership with the company GREQ Equipments Group S.R.L., which will represent our brand on the market of the Dominican Republic. Delivery of the company’s first sold Fassi crane is the best opportunity to present this new partnership, which aims to offer Fassi articulated cranes to the local market as highly versatile equipment for lifting and handling materials and other equipment.
Fassi F710RA.2.26 xhe-dynamic

A powerful Fassi F710RA.2.26 loading crane fitted at the rear of a Volvo FH 500 truck helps the company Ruf Baustoffe achieve maximum customer satisfaction


Nuremburg (Germany) - May 2021. With a Fassi F710RA.2.26, the company RUF GmbH of Wilburgstetten is able to move and unload precast concrete parts directly on construction sites. As well as being a large distributor of building materials, the company also has a major production plant for precast concrete parts for industrial and commercial buildings.
Intellimech and Fassi for AI-REGIO

Advanced diagnostic systems will help optimise Fassi crane maintenance

Bergamo (Italy) - 14th May.The fascinating opportunities Artificial Intelligence can offer in manufacturing now involve Fassi. The company has made one of its software platforms for identifying functional anomalies in cranes available as a starting point for obtaining an evolved diagnostics system: this is the objective of the Intellimech technology consortium (of which Fassi Gru is a member and co-founder), within the European project called AI-REGIO.
 


600 Cranes Australasia

600 Cranes Australasia: new ownership but an unchanged focus on customer service


Melbourne (Australia) - Fassi Gru S.p.a. is pleased to announce that its Australian importer 600 Cranes Australasia has recently signed an agreement to transfer ownership to Tutt Bryant Equipment, a company that has been present throughout Australia since 1938 with several branches specialising in the sale and rental of equipment for the construction and mining sectors, and in the provision of engineering solutions.
Bauma 2022

In a press release dated 23rd April, the organiser made the postponement of next year's Bauma fair official

Munich (Germany) – 23rd April. Bauma in Munich, the world's leading trade fair for construction machinery, machines for building materials, mining machines and construction vehicles and equipment, in which Fassi has participated for several editions, has been postponed to Autumn 2022.

Fassi F545RA at Bristol

Mass Group Ltd’s FASSI F545RA.2.26 L324 articulated crane removes a mural by the internationally renowned street artist Banksy from wall in Bristol


Bristol (UK)
- The Bristol-based company Mass Group Ltd recently had the high-pressure job of removing a Banksy mural titled "Aachoo!!" from the side of a semi-detached house in the City. The artwork depicts a woman sneezing so hard that she loses her false teeth. Mass Group’s FASSI 545RA.2.26 with L324 jib was used to lift the work from the wall in mid-March after the house was sold. Coincidentally, the Italian art restorer Federico Borgogni was also on-hand to help. While Federico may be an expert in removing frescos, the FASSI crane was the perfect choice for this type of work as its versatility combined with power allows for greater manoeuvrability when lifting and transporting large items. (Courtesy of Fassi UK)
Fassi XR710 stiff boom cranes

The new XR710 stiff boom crane for the Fassi Asia Pacific division arrives on the market


Nilai (Malaysia) – Fassi has recently introduced the XR710, a single articulation model with a maximum lifting capacity of 7 tonnes, the first of its new range of “stiff boom cranes”. The Fassi Group has worked alongside the importers and customers of its Fassi Asia Pacific division, based in Nilai, near Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, to develop 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 XR710 is available in two versions: the XR714 and the XR716.

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.