Our History Innovative by tradition
The evolution is imprinted on the dna of Faresin brand.
Non-stop evolution oriented on the developement of the new products, redefinition of the strategies and of the corporate structure based on the changing market requierements. An exciting route where we go through its most significant stages, and looking forward to write the new ones.
6.26 FULL ELECTRIC
Launch of the world's first electric telehandler.
Mixer Wagon PF Range
Launch of the new range of mixer wagons ranges PF line.
Telescopic handler range FR
Launch of the new range of telescopic handlers range FR.
Opening of a new branch in Poland Faresin Polska.
Birth of Faresin Industries
Faresin Agri Division and Faresin Handlers merge into Faresin Industries: the "pocket multinational" brings the quality and operational efficiency typical of "Made in Veneto" to the world.
New company called Faresin Handlers.
A new branch is established in Germany, Faresin Deutschland.
Split Faresin spa
Splitting of Faresin Spa in Faresin Building and Faresin Agri.
New Telescopic Lift and Leader range
The new 22.9-55.7m telescopic handler and the new Mono and Double LEADER range are born.
Birth of TMRSmart
The TMRSmart compact mixer carriage is born.
Faresin Spa is born
Faresin spa company birth
POWER and TMRSL are born
The POWER mixer carriage and the TMRSL mixer carriage are born.
The TMRVS wagon is born
The TMRVS mixer wagon is born.
The first TMRV wagon is born
TMRV is the first trailed with vertical mixing: an innovation destined to be confirmed over time, with the development of the Magnum, Rambo and Twinner models.
The first TMRS cart is born
The first horizontal mixer wagon is born TMRS.
First mixer wagon
The first mixing wagon leaves the company premises: TMR Unifeed, a machine so solid and efficient that it is still present and required in our range.
Officine Meccaniche Snc produces the first formworks for construction.
The Officine Meccaniche Snc are born
Guido and Sante Faresin found the Officine Meccaniche snc of Faresin Guido and Sante, a mechanical company that works as a supplier of the historic Laverda brand.