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The Spanish company AUSA was established in 1956. In that year, three friends organized a factory, the purpose of which was to establish the manufacture of self-propelled minisites. And although at the beginning AUSA was a typical family business, now this trademark has gained a deserved worldwide recognition. Ausa's success is due to the fact that its managers continue to pay unflagging attention to the development and implementation of all sorts of technical innovations.
Now AUSA is known as a corporation that produces, designs and sells compact self-propelled mechanisms. The latter are designed for a fairly diverse application: from agricultural enterprises, to municipal services of cities and megacities.
At the moment, AUSA brand has its representative offices in Europe (France, Great Britain, Germany), Mexico, Brazil and China. The company sells its products in more than 80 countries. There is a network of distributors, consisting of 500-th intermediary organizations, supplying the company's products to different territories of 5 continents.
By and large, AUSA loaders are designed to move fairly heavy loads in open areas in an uneven surface. Natural phenomena in the form of snow and rain do not interfere with their work. Therefore, they are effectively used in construction and other industrial facilities, allowing you to move materials virtually without reference to the type and condition of the road surface, being, in fact, SUV loaders.
It can be noted that these machines are equipped with Japanese Kubota engines, which operate virtually noiselessly with minimal fuel consumption. Hydrostatic transmission - Bosch-Rexroth.
The loader loads the load very high. In addition, Ausa forklifts are equipped with a special drive: 4WDCompen® or 2WD / 4WDFullGrip® This is the exclusive patented development of AUSA. Accordingly, depending on the model, AUSA off-road loaders can have one or two driving axles.