Ejar Cranes begins Saudi operations

By Ian Vallely22 December 2016

Faisal Mehtab (general manager, Abahsain), Craig Trotter (country Manager, Ejar), Shinichi Iimura (e

Faisal Mehtab (general manager, Abahsain), Craig Trotter (country Manager, Ejar), Shinichi Iimura (executive officer, Tadano), Arthur Watt (CEO, Ejar), Kazuumi Hiwatashi (manager, Middle East 0ffice),

One of the biggest rental companies in the Middle East, Ejar Cranes and Equipment, has started operations in Saudi Arabia with various cranes including many Tadano models.

The company is now adding 14 new Tadano cranes to its fleet – 10 80 tonne rough terrain as well as two 110 tonne and two 130 tonne all terrain models).

Arthur Watt, CEO of Ejar, said, “I have enjoyed an excellent relationship with Tadano and Abahsain over many years and have found Tadano cranes to be competitively priced, reliable and well suited to the often challenging environment of the Middle East.”

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