Sarens In India at Excon 2019
Sarens participated in the tenth edition of Excon this past December in Bangalore, India. With over 50,000 visitors and more than 1250 exhibitors spread over an area of 3,00,000 sqm at Bangalore International Exhibition Centre, Excon has emerged as one of the world’s largest shows in construction equipment and machinery sector.
Infrastructure sector is a key driver for the Indian economy and includes power, bridges, dams, roads, and urban infrastructure development. The sector is highly responsible for propelling India’s overall development and enjoys intense focus from Government for initiating policies that would ensure time-bound creation of world class infrastructure in the country.
In sync with the developments, Sarens is focusing its global resources, expertise, and might to serve the sector in India. Over the last decade, Sarens has been involved in many new-built civil construction activities in India and for over 65 years around the globe. Sarens sales team along with the Regional Directors and Country Manager were available at our booth in Excon to discuss Sarens’ solutions for the changing needs of the infrastructure sector. Many of our major clients like L&T, BGR Energy, Suzlon, Tata projects, etc. visited our booth and had successful discussions on upcoming projects/requirement and opportunities for future collaborations.
The objective of our team is to provide the most attractive solutions and the best operational results to our clients. Regional Director, APAC, Navneet Jain says, “Our talented Sales Managers know full well their respective regions and collaborate with internal departments to propose efficient solutions that match the client’s budget and timeline.” He added, “It was a great experience to participate in Excon where we got an opportunity to meet the industry and study the trends and needs of the clients.”
Dubai Expo 2020 in Build with Sarens Equipment and Engineering
Sarens supports project with 24 strand jacks, 12km of strands, and engineering expertise
5 Major Lifts for Mammoet at Visakh Project
Equipment lifted to new location included one of India’s heaviest reactors