Ausa returns to a major trade fair for the first time since the pandemic beganPublished 8/7 at 18:38
Since the start of the global pandemic, and thanks to the progress made in many regions, the first large scale live trade events are now starting to be held. One of the first construction industry events was World of Concrete, which took place from 8 to 10 June in Las Vegas, with Ausa exhibiting its range of compact dumpers and all-terrain forklifts.
“We were really excited to be back at a big event like World of Concrete. After an extremely tough year for everyone, being able to return to Las Vegas with our machines and come face to face with our customers and everyone present was exciting. You can tell how eager everyone is to get back to normality and finally put this pandemic behind us,” remarked Ignasi Moner, CEO of Ausa US Corp.
“We are noticing a huge demand for our dumpers, a product that is not widely used in the construction industry in the United States, but at Ausa we have been backing them, explaining all of the merits of these machines to potential customers. These efforts are reaping rewards and we are delighted to see how our products provide customers with the best solutions for their daily operations. We have also managed to establish a strong network of dealers throughout the country who provide great commercial support and aftersales services,” added Moner.
During the trade fair, Ausa exhibited some of its most popular models that are ideal for the concrete industry. “From our most compact range of dumpers, we chose the ‘D150AHA’ and ‘D150AHG’ models. They each have a 1,496kg payload and comfortable hydrostatic transmission and suitable for minor construction work and work in difficult to reach areas. In the mid-range, the ‘D350AHG’ has a great payload to power ratio. Finally, the ‘D1000APG’ dumper with an enclosed cab and a 9,979kg payload is one of the brand's highest payload models and suitable for major construction work.
“As for our range of all-terrain forklifts, Ausa exhibited the ‘C251H’ model with a 2,267kg payload. A technologically advanced machine with a digital screen displaying all of the real time information and safety warnings making it suitable for enclosed spaces thanks to its manoeuvrability and with excellent all-terrain capability,” concluded Moner.