ANPC signs 15 year contract

By Laura Hatton28 February 2013

Abdulla Nass & Partners (ANPC) has signed a long-term crane rental contract with Saudi Aramco.

The 15 year contract is for 17 units of cranes with a capacity of 50 tonnes to 200 tonnes. According to the agreement, the cranes will be made available on a permanent basis for the purpose of general lifting and shifting at various Aramco facilities all over Saudi Arabia.

"SNME's long-term endeavour with Saudi Aramco, the world's largest oil company, will surely enhance our reputation for excellence and total commitment as a leading provider of integrated crane services and heavy lifting solutions in the Middle East," said SNME general manager Masroor Saeed Malik.

Abdulla Nass & Partners is a division of Sarens Nass Middle East (SNME) in Saudi Arabia.

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