New engine gives the PT-300 a boost

The FAE Group has been in the Swedish market for 15 years but this is the first time the Italian company has had its own stand at Elmia Wood. Its big new product is the PT-300 tracked carrier.

 

Eleonora Campana together with her colleagues Giuliano Graiff (left) and Fabrizio Proni (right) in front of the new PT-300.

It’s not just the Stage IV engine that’s new on the PT-300. The engine compartment is larger, giving better accessibility and simplifying cleaning. The radiator is also improved and the cab has been made bigger and more aerodynamic.

It’s the ability to add a variety of attachments – such as mulching heads and rock crushers – that makes the PT-300 tracked carrier so flexible.

“The machine is used for land conversion and scarification and also for road construction and maintenance,” explains Eleonora Campana, head of market communications for the FAE Group.

The FAE Group has its head office in the northern Italian region of Trento and has been in Sweden for 15 years via its distributor Tecura. The group is divided into two parts, with FAE manufacturing the attachments and PrimeTech the tracked vehicles. The attachments have previously been exhibited at Elmia Wood but this year is the first time the Group has its own stand featuring all its products.

“Of course we’re expecting to get many new customers,” Eleonora Campana says.

Published
6/8/2017
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Eleonora Campana together with her colleagues Giuliano Graiff (left) and Fabrizio Proni (right) in front of the new PT-300.
Eleonora Campana together with her colleagues Giuliano Graiff (left) and Fabrizio Proni (right) in front of the new PT-300.