Ausa exhibits at two of US biggest trade showsPublished 21/4, 2020 at 13:04
Ausa, a leading company involved in the design, manufacture and sale of compact all terrain industrial vehicles has continued to consolidate its position in the US market. It has recently exhibited at World of Concrete in Las Vegas and the ARA show in Orlando, which focuses on the rental market. At both trade shows, Ausa exhibited its ranges of dumpers and all terrain forklifts, with different specifications tailored to each sector.
World of Concrete
Visitors to Las Vegas showed interest in Ausa's compact dumpers, which are ideal for the sector thanks to their small size and ability to handle any terrain. One of the models exhibited, the D100AHA Compact, can fit through the doors of houses as it is only 1m wide. Additionally, an optional accessory for dumpers, the concrete chute, was shown, which enables highly accurate concrete pouring. As all terrain forklifts also play an important role in the concrete industry, Ausa also exhibited a 4,000kg model that can be used to quickly move bulky loads on construction sites through its exclusive 4x4 drive, being designed to be able to handle virtually any terrain.
The ARA Show
During the ARA rental industry trade show held in Orlando, Ausa sealed some important agreements regarding the company's future business. It also exhibited its 6,000kg model which features transmission with a torque converter, called the D601AP. As with all of Ausa’s new models, it features telematic systems which allow the monitoring of the machine's activities in real time from any location in the world. This includes everything from the machine's position on the map to the pressure percentage of the accelerator pedal, thus allowing the identification of any errors or vehicle misuse. It also features a digital screen on the dashboard from which the operator can view all of the information in real time and access the vehicle's error menu. This answers a major concern of the rental industry, namely control of the rental fleet.