Sarens and Moir Crane Join Forces in Canada
Sarens has a long history of collaborating with partners across the globe to capture business opportunities and better serve clients in those regions. Today, Sarens is pleased to announce a new business relationship with Moir Crane, a small crane and transport company based in Windsor, Ontario. This family-owned company, led by Randy Moir, boasts a fleet of 15-20 cranes up to 200t, and is located about three hours from the nearest Sarens branch in Ontario.
Both companies stand to benefit from this partnership: Sarens will gain a geographical advantage in the region, and Moir Crane will augment their local knowledge with the size and expertise of a global industry leader.
This business relationship is key to opening up opportunities in the region, including at one of the largest construction projects happening in the next five years. Moir Crane will be canvassing the clients of this large project with the combined strength of both their and Sarens’ equipment, working to secure opportunities emerging in this area.
“Ontario is currently the fastest-growing province with numerous infrastructure and construction projects,” explains Lee Rowe, Sarens Country Manager, Canada. “The Sarens and Moir collaboration will allow both companies to provide the best available equipment coupled with the best local service for all our clients.”
“Together, Sarens and Moir will provide boom trucks, rough terrains, all terrains, and crawlers up to 1.250 tonnes as well as transport, SPMTs, and hiking systems,” Rowe says. “We will cover the furthest southwest Ontario corridor from Windsor to London, Ontario.”
Clients who wish to work with Sarens and Moir in the Ontario region can contact either Moir Crane or Sarens Ontario.
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