Fassi & Mobile Mini UK
UK September 25th - UK portable accommodation rental company Mobile Mini has ordered 15 new Scania trucks equipped with Fassi loader cranes.
The new vehicles will upgrade Mobile Mini’s fleet of 41 loader crane equipped vehicles, the new cranes include a variety of models in Fassi’s heavy duty range up to a maximum of 66 tonne/metres.
The transport team led by health & safety director Chris Watcham worked closely with truck Scania, Fassi and bodybuilders Adcliffe, to ensure that each vehicle complies with the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) which is designed to improve the safety and fuel efficiency of commercial vehicles.
Watcham said: “Safety is at the forefront of everything we do here at Mobile Mini and the new fleet has been designed from the outset to meet our exact specifications. We had detailed discussions about our needs with all the suppliers involved, to design a purpose built fleet to our bespoke specifications, from safety cameras to extendable marker lights for carrying wide loads, to the addition of sensors to the back of the trucks and trailers, helping our drivers to reverse more safely and allowing our vehicles to deliver into more restricted locations.”
Mobile Mini was founded in the USA in 1983 and now has locations in the US, Canada and UK.
In the UK it operates from 16 location with more than 35,000 site accommodation and secure storage cabins in its rental fleet.
Courtesy of www.vertikal.net.

More details: www.mobilemini.co.uk/about-us

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.