ANPC signs key crane contract with Aramco
Riyadh, February 6, 2013
Abdulla Nass & Partners (ANPC), a division of Sarens Nass Middle East (SNME) in Saudi Arabia, has signed a 15-year long-term crane rental contract with oil giant Saudi Aramco.
As per the agreement, 17 units of cranes with a capacity of 50 tonnes to 200 tonnes will be made available on a permanent basis for the purpose of general lifting and shifting at various Aramco facilities all over Saudi Arabia, reported the Gulf daily News, our sister publication.
"SNME's long-term endeavour with Saudi Aramco, the world's largest oil company, will surely enhance our reputation for excellence and total commitment as a leading provider of integrated crane services and heavy lifting solutions in the Middle East," said SNME general manager Masroor Saeed Malik.
Established in 2002, Sarens Nass Middle East is a joint venture between Belgian-based Sarens NV, which specialises in heavy lifting, engineering services and in-house international expertise and the Nass Group, pioneers in Bahrain's construction and contracting sector.
Headquartered in Bahrain, Sarens Nass started off with approximately 25 cranes.
However, success in the past decade has seen the fleet grow substantially to 300 units whilst successfully establishing additional country offices in Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Oman.
Keeping in line with its vision to emerge as leaders in providing solutions in the heavy lifting and shifting industry in the GCC, Sarens Nass has concentrated on quality, safety and professional standards.
With a market hungry for cranes, the company has flourished since their inception, working to meet the seemingly insatiable demand for heavy lifting.-TradeArabia News Service
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