Faresin at Agritechnica 2023: For 50 years together with farmers

After celebrating its 50th anniversary since its founding with a major international convention, Faresin is landing at Agritechnica 2023 with lots of news. Innovations a destined to revolutionize the world of agriculture and animal husbandry in the name of sustainability and technology.

Booth No. A26, located in Hall 21 at Hannover Messe, will feature several new machines that are the result of Faresin’s latest technological advancements in recent times. Machines designed today but already ready for tomorrow.

Since the last event, Faresin has experienced unstoppable growth derived from the introduction of increasingly green products and increasingly advanced and interconnected machines. In fact, the market demands products that are increasingly environmentally friendly, safe and efficient.

The telescopic handler range has been completely revamped, thanks to the new FS Series, while Mixer Wagons have seen a major expansion in offerings. Both product lines share the same goal of carbon neutrality: 0 emissions for the electrified range and steady fuel economy for the endothermic. For this reason, Faresin has doubled the range, which is being structured along two parallel lines – endothermic and electrified – however arranged to share with each other solutions and technological innovations that create value for customers.

Faresin innovations presented at Agritechinca

With this in mind, the following will be launched at Agritechnica. Leader PF Full Electricthe first self-propelled 100% electric Mixer Wagons branded Faresin, which completes the electrified Faresin range launched in 2018 with the presentation of the world’s first electric telescopic handler.

For smaller farms, the new Leader PF Classic, a compact, single-auger self-propelled machine. Low-cost line designed for a first approach to precision feeding.

Completely renewed the range of TPF vertical trailed tractors, which now includes as many as 33 different capacities and the ability to mount from one to three augers. Now the models have been reorganized three configurations: Classic, Plus and Profi.

For telescopic handlers, however, debuts the new FS Middle, a series designed to be agile and versatile in any agricultural and construction context, which includes machines with extendable booms ranging from 7 to 10 meters in height with capacities from 3.5 to 4 tons.

To discover these many new features (and more) Faresin is pleased to welcome you to Agritechnica at stand A26 in Hall 21. We are waiting for you!


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