Turkey office for Palfinger Sany

09 October 2013

Palfinger Sany Mobile Cranes has opened an office in Istanbul, Turkey

Palfinger Sany Mobile Cranes has opened an office in Istanbul, Turkey

Palfinger Sany has opened an office in Turkey to help develop sales of its wheeled mobile cranes in the country and in the surrounding region.

Ersavaş Güdül, who has years of technical and commercial experience, will manage activities there as regional business development manager for Palfinger Sany, the company said.

Güdül’s remit is to push and strengthen co-operation with new contractors, “With the new liaison office in Istanbul, our customers have a reliable contact for their inquiries locally. We also assist our customers with finding the ideal hoisting solutions for their strategic projects outside of Turkey, such as Russia, the CIS countries, Middle East or African countries. We are very pleased to offer our services to a promising market that has an attractive vision for the coming years, in terms of their own economic growth and export activities, with a strong brand and high quality products.”

Palfinger Sany Mobile Cranes has a target to commit to all local requirements and said it applies European standards to the quality process. “We offer products that support our customers in implementing their projects and which are optimally tailored to their needs,” said Güdül.

Palfinger Sany Mobile Cranes is joint venture company that offers truck cranes from 25 to 130 tonnes capacity and all terrain and rough terrain cranes. It has input from hydraulic loader crane manufacturer Palfinger in Austria and construction equipment manufacturer Sany from China. Cranes available from Sany include all terrains, truck cranes, rough terrains and towers.

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