AUSA Continues US Consolidation With 2022 World of Concrete Display
Compact equipment builder AUSA had a notable presence at this year’s World of Concrete, displaying some of its outstanding dumpers and rough terrain forklifts, as well as its AUSAnow fleet manager.
Ignasi Moner, CEO of AUSA US Corp., noted that the company’s fifth showing at World of Concrete “highlights AUSA’s strong strategy in the US market, where we are continuing to grow and increase our market share thanks to the extremely hard work that we have been doing in recent years.”
AUSA displayed five of its compact all-terrain industrial vehicle models in its exhibition space:
In the terms of dumpers, AUSA exhibited the D601APG with a 13,200-lb (5,987kg) payload and a swing skip; the D350AHG with a 7,700-lb (3,493kg) payload and a swing skip; and the D150AHG, a compact dumper with a 3,300-lb (1,497kg) payload that is suitable for small spaces.
As for rough terrain forklifts, AUSA displayed the C501H, the largest in AUSAs range, with a 11,000-lb (4,990kg) payload and a maximum lift of 17.88 ft (5.45m), equipped with major technological advances that give it the very best all-terrain traction, providing excellent efficiency and a great return on investment. Additionally, the C150H was also displayed, the brand’s smallest model with a 3,000-lb (1,361kg) payload and a 13.12-ft (4m) reach.
Also on display was AUSAnow, a new software package that allows real-time information to be sent about maintenance requirements, technical problems and performance issues, and any unexpected movement of machines. AUSAnow ensures that vehicle owners can get the most out of it and reduce downtime by anticipating any requirements.