Cranab produces mustache grapple to fight prostate cancer

The company Cranab in Vindeln developed a unique blue-lacquered grapple with mustache that was auctioned in favour of the fight against prostate cancer. The auction took place at Entrepreneur's meeting in Lycksele, Sweden, and there was great interest.

"Prostate cancer is the most common cancer form in Sweden. Many in the forest sector, as well as many of our users are men who are in a risk zone of being affected or have been affected. Therefore, it feels very good that in this way we have been able to contribute to a better cancer care, research on prostate cancer and the possibility of saving more lives, "says Håkan Bergh, sales manager in Sweden.

personal data

A new EU regulation, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), will come into force on 25th May and aims to secure the processing of personal data. Cranab has therefore updated its privacy policy to clarify how we handle personal data.

The entire policy, which explains how we collect and process personal data, can be found by going to Privacy.

Cranab together with Fassi at IFAT

Cranab will attend IFAT 2018 alongside Fassi and Marrel

For the third time, Fassi Gru, worldwide leader in the lifting sector, will be presenting at IFAT, the most important international fair for the recycling sector, this time alongside Cranab and the French company Marrel. These are three leading brands in their respective sectors which, by bringing together their expertise, can offer their best multiple product solutions and equipment that can be integrated with other group brands. IFAT is held in Munich, Germany, from 14th-18th May. The Fassi Group stand is located in the open-air area, plot 810/8, and covers an area of 300 m².

Fassi acquires 100% 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.

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