SANY India, a leading construction equipment manufacturer in India, has added one more feather to their cap with the key handover of the country’s first 800 tons lifting capacity crawler crane to Dwarkesh Transport Corporation, SANY India’s esteemed patron based in Anand, Gujarat. SANYSCC8000A is India's largest Crawler Crane with distinct design and safety features, which make it one of its kinds in the industry. This leviathan crane will be used by Dwarkesh Transport for wind turbine installation.
The owners of Dwarkesh Transport Corporation, Rajendra Dwivedi, Dipal Dwivedi, Romal Dwivedi and their family were present to grace the key handover ceremony. From SANY India, Deepak Garg, Managing Director, Sany India & South Asia, Sanjay Saxena, Senior Vice President & Head of Heavy Equipment Business Unit, Vinay Oza- Regional Head (HE), West Region and Kapil Jain- General Manager, Institutional Sales presented the SCC8000A crane to Dwarkesh Transport Corporation.
Speaking on the occasion Deepak Garg, Managing Director, Sany India & South Asia said “We share a special bond with Dwarkesh Transport Corporation. They have been our esteemed customer since many years and we cherish this association as both companies continue to grow and capture new markets. Dwarkesh Transport already own more than 15 cranes of Sany and as a proud owner of India’s largest crawler crane, we wish them success in all their ventures and look forward to achieving new milestones on this journey with them.
SANY SCC8000A is an 800-tonne capacity crawler crane. It can be configured for boom length up to 168+12 meters for wind energy applications, capable of handling all wind turbine installation requirements in India. SANY India is country’s largest crawler crane company. SANY Crawler Cranes features excellent reliability and highest operational efficiency by offering technological innovations, maximum safety, stability and flexibility in all kinds of operating environment. The SCC8000A Crawler Crane is currently being used at a wind power project in Kutch, Gujarat.