Sarens Move to Meet Sri Lankan Potential
The Sri Lankan government is aiming for an energy self-sufficient nation by 2030 and aims to increase the power generation capacity of the country from the existing 4,043 MW to 6,900 MW by 2025 with a significant increase in renewable energy.
As part of an ongoing commitment to serve its clients all over the world, Sarens is ready to serve the Sri Lankan market. At present the India division will cater to the clients in Sri Lanka. All the services provided by the India division are available for Sri Lanka, including operation rental of cranes, alternate lifting solutions, and heavy lift project contracts. Cranes from 70T-1600T capacity, strand jacks, jacking, and skidding systems are available to serve the market.
Sarens has recently been commissioned for a bridge construction project in Colombo. The team has already moved its 250T all-terrain and a 200T crawler crane on an operation rental basis.
According to the Regional Director, Asia and North Africa, Navneet Jain, “Sarens brings its global expertise and localised solutions to serve the market in Sri Lanka, we are looking forward to some interesting and challenging projects.” According to him, Sarens will be actively working in the wind, civil, and ports sector in Sri Lanka along with other key sectors.
Their contact is Tuhin Chowdhury, at +91-7838999153 or email@example.com.
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