Sarens may be known for its massive cranes and high-profile projects, but did you know that small rentals account for more than half of its global business revenues?
Sarens is proud to serve clients with small local projects, whether it’s lifting a container off a trailer or placing a star atop a church steeple. In fact, clients have turned to Sarens for everything from moving palettes off rooftops to replacing church bells.
From fishing boats to church bells, Sarens takes pride in the smallest projects
Sarens provides small, easily-moveable solutions with enormous possibilities. For example, Sarens provided the Terex TC 2800-1 crane that placed this fishing trawler into port along the historic town of Whitby in the UK. In this instance, the Sarens crane could do the type of job that a typical crane sitting in a fixed position at port wouldn’t have been able to handle.
And when the municipality of Puurs, Belgium, celebrated the 725th anniversary of its foundation, it was a Sarens crane that lifted a 4.5-tonne carillon into its bell tower. The 70-tonne telescopic mobile crane safely guided the carillon, composed of 50 different bells, into its proud new position.
For rent: everything from small cranes to the world’s largest lifting machines
Sarens is the only company in the world that a client can approach for everything from a small crane up to the world’s largest lifting machine. Clients can even request to rent equipment for as little as a few hours at a time! With so many options, the possibilities are endless:
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