July 27, 2018
453 Exhibitors, 75,000M2. and more than 50,000 visitors.
The international trade fair for forestry and forest technology, Interfost, was made from 18 to 22 July as part of the most important events of the month. This renowned international fair is an important innovation platform for forest technology, which in all its editions has counted with the presence of the most important international representatives of the sector.
Year after year this day of forest specialization has a multifaceted program focused on the scientific, technological and political development of the forest area. Some of the most outstanding participations of our allies are CRANAB (one of the brands belonging to the FASSI group), who were present with a stand of 630m2 introducing the latest developments in forestry machinery as the new Cranab model for TZ18 truck, as well as other new models of cranes.
In addition, FASSI group was also present with Vimek and Bracke mainly showing their models Vimek 610 SE, off-road transport vehicle for forestry use and the Bracke Planter P12 machinery, for assembly in excavator.
On the other hand, Pezzolato, another of our important distributors of forestry machinery, was also present in the Jordan showing some of its latest equipment news. Among the variety of equipment introduced were the wood processor supports: TLC 1000, VSP 60.60 and TB900 models. As part of its exhibition also stands out some forestry chippers, such as the PHT 1400/820 All road and PTH 1400/1000 Hackertruck models, which were in operation during the event.
Undoubtedly, the day has been one of the most diverse and complete of the industry achieving position as one of the events with the highest number of assistance from the forestry sector, reaching always meet the expectations of attendees and sponsors.
July 25, 2018
A large diameter slitter for Granainco, SL.
July 19, 2018
It is a non-folding Cranab version, with double hydraulic extension.
July 27, 2018
Novelty in the biomass sector: VSP 60.60 cuts and slits large diameter logs.