AUSA Will Be at CONEXPO With Its Full Range of Compact Equipment

AUSA, the manufacturer of compact all-terrain industrial vehicles, will be exhibiting at CONEXPO, North America’s largest construction trade show, at booth F9576 in the Festival Grounds. AUSA continues to strengthen its presence in the North American market and CONEXPO is the perfect showcase for its products and to connect with customers, dealers and show attendees.

The brand will be showcasing machines from all of its product ranges: dumpers, rough terrain forklifts and telehandlers.

AUSA’s flagship product, the dumper, improves profitability on the jobsite as it is able to move earth more efficiently than traditional alternatives, such as dump trucks.  Mid and large size dumpers match perfectly with a mini-excavator to get jobs done faster and more cost effectively.

The DR601AHG reversible drive dumper will be on the show floor. With its 4.3 cu yd swivel skip, along with the rotating operator’s position makes this model an ideal solution for road construction or confined space projects.

AUSA’s first zero-emission electric dumper will make its North American debut at CONEXPO. First unveiled at Bauma 2022, the new 1.18 cu yd/3,300 lb D151AEG is powered by lithium-ion batteries and can complete a full shift on a single charge. It features an integrated charger that can quick charge the battery from 20% to 80% in just two hours. Clean and quiet, the new D151AEG can help contractors comply with increasing environmental and noise regulations in urban areas.

Other machines that will be showcased at the 3,000 sq. ft. booth include the 2.78 cu yd/7,700 lb capacity D350AHG dumper, the 5,000lb and 11,000 lb capacity C251H and C501H rough terrain forklifts, and the T235H telehandler, with a 5,000 lb payload and a maximum lift of 16.4 feet.

“We are looking forward to a great show and to introduce our first electric dumper to the North American market. Our dumpers are proving to be very popular here in the U.S., and with demand for zero emission equipment growing, we think this is the perfect time to introduce this new model to the market.”

said AUSA Country Manager, Ignasi Moner.

In North America, AUSA products are sold and supported by a network of more than 75 dealer locations, to provide the highest levels of customer support. AUSA is continuing to expand this network and expects to have 100% nationwide coverage by the end of 2023.'
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