First publishedin World Highways
Sarens is boosting its crane fleet in the Middle East with the addition of 15 new Terex machines
The Bahrain-based Sarens NASS Middle East WLL group is boosting its fleet with the addition of 15 new Demag AC-130-5 all-terrain cranes. The firm already has several new Demag all-terrain cranes in its fleet, according to Alhanoof Nass, director of Sarens NASS Middle East.
The Demag AC 130-5 all-terrain cranes Sarens ordered feature five axles and are said to be compact for the 130tonne capacity class. The units feature a total length of 14.3m and a carrier width of 2.75m. The cranes also have a standard 60m-long main boom and can reach a maximum system length of 86.5m with additional main boom extensions.
Sarens Nass Middle East was established in 2002 as a joint venture between Belgium-based Sarens Group and Bahrain-based Nass Group.