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Today’s freight transport is, of course, more comfortable, cheaper and more environmentally friendly than in the past. However, historic trucks – those with which some drivers have experienced the pleasure of driving a heavy goods vehicle – still exert an undeniable fascination for many today.

After the war the nation was completely to be rebuilt. New means were needed, able to respond to the needs of the moment, but above all to the challenges of the future.

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Initially, Fiat responded with the average vehicles Fiat 639 and Fiat 640 and the heavy Fiat 670 and Fiat 680.

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The last evolution of the 682 came in 1967, with the Fiat 682 N4, which improves the transmission to better withstand the power. However, its production will continue for a long time, not only in Italy but also in Africa. Also for this reason, it took the name of “king of Africa”.

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As testimony to its off-road prowess, the Trakker was also used in the Dakar Rally.

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While the IVECO T-WAY builds on the heritage of robustness and reliability of the brand’s long lineage of champion multi-axle construction trucks, it introduces innovative and technological solutions to exceed all expectations in productivity, payload capacity, safety and driver comfort.

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These characteristics of extreme toughness, high performance and reliability are clearly expressed by the theme of the advertising launch campaign:

‘TREAT IT BAD’.

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The IVECO T-WAY delivers all the power needed for traction and PTO with IVECO’s reliable and efficient Cursor 13 engine (13 litres) that develops up to 510 hp – exceeding the outgoing Trakker’s performance by 10 hp. For lighter-weight configurations, it is also available with the Cursor 9 engine.

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The engines are coupled with the proven 12- and 16-speed HI-TRONIX automated gearbox, which now also features new functions specifically intended for on and off-road mobility.

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They include a Hill Holder function to help departure on steep slopes, Rocking Mode to help recover traction in slippery conditions, and Creep Mode for ultra-low speed when idling. For the on-road sections of the mission, the IVECO HI-CRUISE system further enhances the transmission’s efficiency. It includes predictive gear shifting, predictive cruise control and an eco-roll function that uses the vehicle’s inertia when travelling downhill. With these new algorithms, HI-TRONIX delivers the perfect gearshift strategy for every application.

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Protagonists of transport during the Second World War, the Fiat 626N and 666N started the mass production of Italian advanced cab trucks.

In 1939, Fiat presented the 626N and 666N (N stands for naphtha), two trucks that today we could define the border point between the past and the future in Italian truck production.

Their main feature was the advanced cabins, even if in reality they weren’t quite the first … The start of series production, however, gave way to that design evolution of truck cabs, which led to the abandonment of the style automotive.

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The adoption of the advanced cabin moved the engine inside, covered by a large hood placed between the two seats. This large hood raised to allow routine maintenance.

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For the most important interventions, the engine unit could be removed, with relative ease, by removing the bumper and the grille. It should be emphasized that the shape and layout of the cabin of the 626 and 666 remained so for many years, until the arrival of the lilting cabin.

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In 1952 Italy adopted a new highway code, which imposes new requirements on the capacity of trucks. Due to this, at the end of the year, Fiat replaced the 680N, in production since 1948, with a new model: the 682N.

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Construction Equipment Market

Construction Equipment Market is anticipated to exceed USD 170 billion by 2024. The globally flourishing construction sector is surging the demand for high-performance machinery that aids in reducing human involvement in the construction process. The rapid growth in the number of construction activities is exerting pressure on the existing human resources. The demand for sophisticated construction equipment that reduces the overall capital investment will contribute to the construction equipment market growth.

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The Asia Pacific construction equipment market will witness a strong growth owing to the growing government focus toward the construction sector. Initiatives, such as Make in India and Made in China 2025, supporting the infrastructure sector will favor the industry growth. Initiation of projects, such as South-North Water Transfer Project in China, will propel the industry demand in the region. The development of smart city projects in Singapore will surge the demand for high-performance machinery.

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The high initial and maintenance costs of the machinery discouraging the adoption of the equipment for small-scale construction projects will hinder the construction equipment market growth. Construction projects with limited monetary resources are still preferring traditional manual construction techniques over modern machinery. Equipment incorporated with the latest technologies, such as GPS and IoT, is further increasing the overall equipment cost, thereby restricting the construction equipment market growth.

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Growth drivers
• Implementation of advanced technologies in construction equipment
• Increasing infrastructure investments globally
• Growing construction industry in China & India
• Rising equipment rental demand in North America & Europe
• Increasing rate of urbanization in the North America & Europe
• Increasing infrastructure and industrial projects in Russia
• Growing urbanization and safety concerns in India
• Growing reconstruction and maintenance activities in Japan
• Rapid infrastructure development in BRIC countries
• Recovering construction sector in Latin America
• Increasing investment in mining projects across Latin America & MEA
• Rising number of public private partnership projects in MEA

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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)

 

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