Fassi truck-mounted cranes for crusher liners

The company CMS Cepcor uses several Fassi truck cranes for handling and transporting crusher liners and spare parts

Coalville (UK) – Recently, Europe's leading aftermarket manufacturer and supplier of industrial crusher spare parts, CMS Cepcor, has been adding to its fleet, favouring the combination of Fassi hydraulic cranes mounted on Scania trucks. The company, based in Coalville in the East Midlands, provides premium crusher liners and crusher services to the mining and aggregate production sectors on an international level. This heavy-duty work calls for several heavy-duty cranes. The latest addition to the fleet is this F660RA.2.24 he-dynamic model on a Scania G450 XT truck, which joins the company’s existing truck mounted cranes: an F660.2.23 (mounted on a Scania P450) and an F560.2.24 (on a Scania P400).

Furthermore, the company have another order on the way: an F820RA.2.25 xhe-dynamic to be installed on a Volvo FH540 6x4 tractor unit. The impressive lifting capacity of this crane (almost 72 tm) will enable to company to lift more than previously and undertake larger haulage work since it has been specified to be able to carry the majority of installed bases of static crushers in the domestic market. The company also uses these truck-mounted cranes on a daily basis across the UK to complete crusher liner changes and repairs/service work. All cranes were supplied by the Fassi UK dealer Central Crane Technicians in Chesterfield.

(Courtesy of Fassi UK)

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.