FASSI ACQUIRES FULL OWNERSHIP OF CRANAB
The Italian crane manufacturer Fassi acquires 100% ownership of Cranab. Fassi acquired part-ownership of Cranab in 2013 and has since then increased its ownership in the company step by step and, with the acquisition of Hans Eliasson´s shares, has now become the full owner of the Cranab Group, which consists of the companies Cranab, Vimek and Bracke Forest.
The Bracke P12 – a new planter from Bracke Forest!
The Bracke P11 planter has been in production since the early 1990s. The basic principle - to elevate and plant on inverted humus - has been the same all the time. However, the new Bracke P12 is designed for planting in dry, warm conditions where one may need to think a little differently.
Dulnain Bridge Plant Ltd educates operators on the Bracke planter
On the 23rd and 24th September staff from Bracke Forest visited Grantown on Spey to educate Dulnain Bridge´s operators on the Bracke P11.a planter.
Clark Engineering new Bracke dealer in the UK!
Clark Engineering in Dumfries will from now on be representing Bracke Forest AB in the UK. The dealership will however be limited to the feeling head for biomass, Bracke C16.
New Bracke P11.a Planter to Scotland!
Scotland is where most of the Bracke Planters has been sold in Great Britain, and now it´s time for the next one as Christie Elite Nurseries, thru their subsidiaries Dulnain Plant, has ordered their second Bracke P11.a Planter.
2014 – A fairly intense fair year!
During 2014 Bracke Forest will participate in no less than 13 trade fairs and 2 road shows. This makes 2014 the most trade fair intensive year ever in the history of the company.
Crane company Cranab mobilises in major structural deal Crane manufacturer Cranab, based outside Umeå, Sweden, is making one of the biggest-ever structural deals in the forest technology industry and creating a group with products for the entire chain from scarification to clear cutting.
Thanks to all of you who visited our stand during Elmia Wood!
On the 5th – 8th June, Elmia Wood was the meeting point for forestry people from all over the World. It was hot – both in the air and in business.