The companies also agree that Fantuzzi will promote the system as a proven retrofit technology with all existing crane customers. Fantuzzi Group, with its subsidiary company Noell Crane Systems (China) Ltd., has a production capacity of approximately 120 new RTG cranes each year and there are currently over 1,100 units in operation around the world.

After a period of technical due-diligence and integration design collaboration, Fantuzzi has determined that the Regen system has “tremendous potential for integration on the Fantuzzi Group RTGs to provide fuel savings and lower emissions for their customer base,” according to a press release.

“As a major manufacturer of high quality cranes, our customers expect Noell to provide them with new advances in technology as they arrive on the market,” said Maurizio Altieri, former general manager of Noell Crane Systems (China) Ltd., and newly appointed COO for the Fantuzzi Group.

Noell Crane Systems (China) was founded in 1996 as a joint venture between German Noell and China Merchants as an independent crane manufacturer to serve the crane fabrication market.