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Fassi F32A

The “By Fassi Emilia" initiative that offers Fassi F32A cranes and fixed or tipper bodies mounted on Iveco Daily trucks for prompt delivery


Bentivoglio (Italy) – In partnership with local Iveco dealers, the dealer Fassi Emilia S.r.l. has assembled some Daily truck models ready-installed with Fassi F32A cranes and fixed or tipper bodies, which were formally presented during an event hosted by the company Ghedauto S.p.A. at its headquarters in Bentivoglio. The idea behind what has been christened the “By Fassi Emilia" project originated from Oscar Marchi, head of Fassi Emilia S.r.l., who observed that the process of ordering, installing and delivering an Iveco Daily with bodywork and a crane takes an average of between four and five months, while it was often a vehicle for which the future owners had an immediate need. Hence the idea of providing a small batch of vehicles already fitted with Fassi F32A.0.22 and Fassi F32A.0.23 active cranes (the most requested models) to speed up set-up times as much as possible. A year on from its launch, the initiative has received a very positive market response and even better sales results, customers having the option between the two Fassi F32A models with two or three extensions and two bodies, fixed or tiltable, ready for use within a minimum of 30 days. This arrangement is currently available from Ghedauto, Iveco dealer in Bologna and Ferrara, Evicarri S.p.A. in Modena and Reggio Emilia and Officine Brennero S.p.A. in Mantua, with ARA S.p.A. in Parma and CRP S.p.A. in Piacenza to follow.

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 goal of meeting different market needs, which are often linked to the specific geographical and economic conditions of individual countries.