Top mobile crane set for Bahrain launch
Manama, March 20, 2013
Sarens Nass Middle East (SNME), a strategic business unit of Abdulla Nass Group, is set to introduce the Liebherr mobile crane (LTM 1500-8.1), billed as one of the strongest mobile cranes, into Bahrain's construction industry tomorrow.
The 500-tonne LTM 1500-8.1 is being launched at the Bahrain International Circuit by SNME as a part of the celebration to commemorate its 10th anniversary, reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.
Headquartered in the kingdom, SNME started off with a 25-crane fleet, which has since grown to about 300 units whilst the company expanded into Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman and UAE.
"Through this event we wish to thank our valued customers, suppliers and well-wishers for their continuous support and co-operation to achieve this milestone," said SNME director Sami A Nass.
"Sarens Nass' fantastic growth, the success we have enjoyed with our partners and the innovations we engineered over the last 10 years has further driven our passion to deliver excellence," he said.
The launch event will be attended by top officials from SNME, the Nass Group along with SNME director and Sarens Belgium president Ludo Sarens. It will also feature a live demonstration of the crane's functions and features.
"It is a matter of pride for Sarens Nass that we are the first Bahraini company in entire GCC region that specialises in the provision of crane services, heavy lift and shift solutions," said SNME general manager Saeed Malik.
"We will ensure that the joint venture will continue to provide value added service in the years to come," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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