The Kanoo Cranes division of the Kanoo Group has been appointed as an exclusive dealer for Spierings mobile cranes.
In addition to offering the Dutch manufacturer’s full range of mobile folding tower cranes for sale, Kanoo Cranes will handle after sales service and spare parts. Its territory will be the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, Oman and Saudi Arabia.
Commenting on the appointment Koos Spierings, Spierings CEO, said, “Kanoo Cranes is also a family company with the same core values as Spierings. Their market knowledge, skilled employees and logistics network will be essential to serve the customers at the highest level. In close co-operation between our service department and Kanoo cranes we’re able to maximise customer satisfaction.”
Kanoo Cranes said it oﬀers engineered solutions for all lifting requirements. Its focus is on premium brands and products designed for rental. Kanoo sees “great potential to expand with the Spierings Mobile cranes range.” Mobile folding tower cranes have become especially popular for tricky jobs in the narrow streets of Western European cities.
Mishal Kanoo, Kanoo Group chairman, said, “Our strategy is to keep introducing new innovative equipment to the market. At Kanoo we are constantly exploring opportunities, improving and we will never standstill.”
Fahad Kanoo, Kanoo Group CEO, added, “Kanoo is proud to become the exclusive dealer for Spierings Mobile cranes, another market leading product. We take pride in our capability to work closely with principals to ensure that reliable cost-effective long-term solutions are provided to our customers and partners. Kanoo works only with the very best and has a long history of forming close successful partnerships over many decades and we look forward to another successful relationship and bringing this quality equipment to the market.”
Spierings supplied Kanoo the first SK1265-AT6 to Dubai. It is the biggest crane of its type on the market, the manufacturer said. Capacity is 10 tonnes out to a 13.2 metre radius. Maximum radius is 60 metres where the tip load is 1.7 tonnes. It can be driven, assembled and operated by one person and can be set up and fully operational in 11 minutes, Spierings said.