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Four Tadano RTs for Descon

Pakistan international engineering group Descon Engineering has taken delivery of four new Tadano Rough Terrain cranes for its operations in the United Arab Emirates.

The cranes, purchased through local distributor United Alsaqer Heavy Equipment include: a 50 tonne GR-500EX-3 with a 33 metre main boom, an 80 tonne GR-800EX-3 with 47.1 metre boom and two 100 tonne GR-1000EX-4 with 51 metre booms and 10.1 to 17.7 metre swingaway for a maximum tip height of 69 metres.

The new cranes will go straight to work at the company’s Gasco Habshan 5 gas processing plant.
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(L-R) Sambasivan Jyothi and Lloyd Monteiro of United Alsaqer, with Hassan Jamil and Imran Jamil of Descon, along with Nader Al Quraan of United Alsaqer and Imran Ul Haq Chaudhry, Imtiaz Ghani, Romana Cheriyaparambath and Waqas Haider of Descon

Operations manager Imran Chaudhry said: “There are three main reasons for choosing Tadano Rough Terrain cranes, their reliability, their high safety standard and their ease of maintenance. That is why we decided to order the four new cranes for our branch in the United Arab Emirates."

"On this project we are only using machinery and equipment that meets the very highest standards. The Tadano cranes definitely fit into this category with their high reliability, they will ensure smooth operation on our construction site day and night."
Descon is a leading engineering business in Pakistan, with expertise in Oil & Gas, chemical and cement plants, dams/barrages and canals, power and renewables with operations in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Iraq, Pakistan and South Africa.