Fuchs – a name synonymous not just with high-quality innovative and outstandingly efficient material handlers, but also with a heritage spanning decades that is characterised by excellence in pioneering technology. As early as in the 1960s, the Fuchs® excavator 301 was one of the biggest-selling and most popular excavators on the market, and in 1975 the company received a patent for the newly developed hydraulic-lift and slewing cab. No wonder, then, that even today the company culture reflects a high degree of innovation.
The company is founded. Johannes Fuchs commences operations, manufacturing agricultural material handlers
The first mini-excavator D1 is unveiled in Frankfurt and is a prize-winner. The German Railways subsequently orders 200 machines to support coal-loading operations tender locomotives
Production commences in Bad Schönborn. The legendary F 301 becomes the world’s most popular excavator, with 15,000 machines in operation
Разработан первый гидравлический экскаватор, он получает награду «Gute Industrieform» в 1967 году на ярмарке в Ганновере
Запатентована еще одна успешная концепция: первый гидравлический экскаватор и поворотная кабина. Через год выпущен 20 000й экскаватор Fuchs. Гидравлические экскаваторы начинают свое победное шествие.
The versatile crawler crane F 125 is heralded as the last word in innovation for civil engineering. And a special edition of the Fuchs® 712 that is as powerful as it is flexible revolutionises scrap handling, navigating its way from one operation to the next at speeds of up to 62 km/h
The pioneering MHL 350 is launched
The definitive focus on specialist material handlers proves to be the right step in the company’s successful trajectory
First hand experience of Fuchs® can be gained in mid September, during the anniversary celebrations at the company’s head office in Bad Schönborn, Germany
Newly designed Fuchs® cabin receives IF Design Award