Sarens in Australia recently announced the addition of three new cranes to support its heavy lifting and heavy transport operations.
Sarens supports the construction, mining, oil and gas, and heavy lifting and heavy haulage industries on both the West and East coasts of Australia. These three new crane models will play a key role in supporting clients in these markets.
According to Matthew Arkinstall, East Coast Manager for Sarens in Australia, he and his team worked closely with the Tadano to secure the right cranes for the right applications.
“There were a number of reasons for selecting these three cranes. We are re-entering the general hire market on the East Coast with a particular focus on the Central Queensland mining sector. These cranes will add further diversification to the current fleet of cranes and the specialist lift and shift solutions Sarens currently offers this market.
“Sarens worldwide works closely with the Tadano Group and has a number of models from Tadano and Demag in the various fleets around the globe. Our team in Australia place a major emphasis on relationships both with our customers and also our service providers. The decision to buy the Demags was based on the confidence around the levels of backup and support we will receive and the personal interaction we can have with any of the team within the Tadano Group. We know we have full support from the whole organisation when we need it,” said Arkinstall.
The new Demag cranes were selected after careful consideration and include:
- The AC 130-5, which has a 130-tonne capacity and 60-metre main boom.
- The AC 250-5, which has a 250-tonne capacity and 70-metre main boom.
- The AC 300-6, which has a 300-tonne capacity and 80-metre main boom.