ASTRA Trucks

 

Astra Industrial Vehicles S.p.A. is a private Italian company founded in 1946 in Cagliari which produces construction trucks, dumpers, vehicles for exceptional transports and military vehicles, belonging from 1986 to Iveco and then to CNH Industrial. Since 1951 it has its headquarters in Piacenza (ITALY)

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Astra Veicoli Industriali S.p.A. è una società italiana privata fondata nel 1946 a Cagliari che produce autocarri da cantiere, dumper, veicoli per trasporti eccezionali e veicoli militari, appartenente dal 1986 all’Iveco e quindi a CNH Industrial. Dal 1951 ha sede a Piacenza (ITALIA)

 

ASTRA IVECO in Nigeria, info: italmotor@gmail.com

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Motor Parts Industry – Nigeria

 

MPI (Motor Parts Industry) is official IVECO dealer in Nigeria and can supply any vehicle made by IVECOand ASTRA.

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MPI is the largest stockist of original IVECO spare parts in Nigeria and has a fully equipped workshop where all IVECO vehicles can be repaired.

http://www.mpi.com.ng/

 

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IVECO Daily

IVECO Daily celebrates 40 years of success
recognised by millions of customers around the world and prestigious international awards

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The IVECO Daily is celebrating 40 years of pushing the boundaries of innovation, versatility and efficiency in light commercial vehicles. Since it was first launched in 1978, it has introduced ground-breaking innovations that have changed the industry: from the adoption of a truck-derived chassis with rear traction and independent front suspension, to the introduction of Common Rail technology in 1999 – a world first – or the advanced Electronic Stability Program (ESP) for regulating vehicle handling during steering and braking.
Over the years since its launch, the Daily has constantly evolved to meet the changing needs of customers, always remaining true to its DNA. It has led the way with its efficient and environmentally friendly technologies, as these demands have become increasingly critical to the transport sector. To this date, it is ahead of the industry in sustainability with the unique concept of the Daily Blue Power: a vehicle family that frees transport operators from the constraints of the strictest environmental regulations and was awarded the title of “International Van of the Year 2018”.
The more than 3 million Daily vehicles, manufactured on 3 continents, which are on the roads in 110 countries are testament to this family’s popularity and exceptional capacity for adapting to meet the specific needs of our customers across the world.

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Info Nigeria: Romano Pisciotti italmotor@gmail.com

Centaur II: the Italian 8 × 8 armored car

Centauro II: l’autoblindo italiano 8×8
All’inizio degli anni ’90 quello italiano è stato il primo esercito al mondo a poter disporre di un veicolo blindato su ruote in grado di affrontare i carri armati cingolati. Stiamo parlando dell’autoblindo Centauro, che è stato pensato per avere una maggiore mobilità nei teatri operativi urbani (cioé su strada o su tracciati preparati) ma poter operare anche come cacciacarri,grazie al suo armamento.

L’evoluzione di quel veicolo – acquistato anche dagli eserciti di Spagna, Giordania e Oman – è il Centauro II, che mantiene le caratteristiche vincenti del primo progetto, adattandole alle nuove sfide operative di questi anni e dei decenni a venire. Prodotto dal Consorzio Iveco Oto Melara (divisione di Leonardo, ex Finmeccanica).

Centaur II: the Italian 8 × 8 armored car

At the beginning of the 1990s, the Italian army was the first army in the world to have an armored vehicle on wheels capable of dealing with crawler tanks. We are talking about the Centauro armored car, which was designed to have greater mobility in urban operating theaters (ie on roads or prepared tracks) but can also operate as a tank destroyer, thanks to its armament.

The evolution of that vehicle – also purchased by the armies of Spain, Jordan and Oman – is the Centaur II, which maintains the winning characteristics of the first project, adapting them to the new operational challenges of these years and decades to come. Produced by the Iveco Oto Melara Consortium (division of Leonardo, formerly Finmeccanica).

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Romano Pisciotti: Produced by the Iveco Oto Melara Consortium