Fascan International drew an enthusiastic response to its 2020 ConExpo exhibit in Las Vegas, 10th -13th March
Las Vegas (U.S.) - The show, which covered some 232 square metres of exhibitor space and, despite experiencing some disruption and an early-wrap up due to concerns over COVID-19, drew more than 2,000 exhibitors and 100,000 visitors. The Fascan/Fassi exhibit site saw hundreds of visitors at this year’s show. Many of those attendees showed special interest in the JF545, a powerful, versatile representative of the new JF Series, which combines the accessibility and mobility of a Jekko minicrane with the power and lifting/placing capabilities of a Fassi knuckleboom crane.
The JF545 features a maximum lifting capacity of 34,100 lbs. (15.47 tm), a maximum horizontal reach of 91.8’ (28 m) with jib, and a maximum vertical reach of 98.4’ (30 m) with jib. “Crane owners and operators are on a continuous search for ways to lift more, in more efficient ways, and within a smaller footprint,” said Bernie Faloney, president and CEO of Fascan. “We opened up a whole new realm of possibilities for them this year with the JF Series, and the response was fantastic.” ConExpo is one of the largest exhibitions of heavy equipment in the world, and the largest in North America. It is held every three years for the construction and concrete industries. (Courtesy of D.Richwine).