Ferro Cranes

  • Stands for: name of the company founder.
  • Manufacturer of self erecting tower cranes with lifting capacities from 0.5 to 4 tonnes.
  • Based in Cusano Milanino – Milan Italy.
  • Terex-Comedil products are sold worldwide.

Ferro Products

  • Hammerhead tower crane
  • Self erecting tower crane

 

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Historical Overview

1927
The company is founded by Carlo Ferro in Milan, Italy.

2001
Ferro is acquired by Terex Comedil and becomes part of Terex Cranes.

Distinguished Historical Accomplishments

1927
Development of the first tilting mixer and reversing drum mixer under “Capezeta” brand licence.

1930
First production of elevators, aggregate-washers, winches, and vibrators.

1950
Developed the first “Goose-neck” tower crane.

1958
First production of dumpers, batching plants and mobile mixers.

1960
First traditional hammer head tower crane “Gru Grattacielo” series.

1964
First oleodynamic hammer head tower cranes “FX” series.

1971
First production of self erecting, telescopic cranes with top slewing.

1978
Development of "NON-STOP" automatic-erection cranes with bottom slewing and 0.6 to 1 t lifting capacity “F” series.

1980
First rough terrain fork-lift truck “Buffalo Range” series.

1984
Development of “SUPERRAPID” hydraulic self erecting cranes with bottom slewing.

1987
First “FC” city crane purposely developed for renovation of old town centers and erection even in the most narrow sites.

To find replacement parts for Ferro legacy brand cranes, please contact our Parts team.