Services

Cranage and Rigging

Cranage and Rigging

Sarens SA supplies lifting equipment for projects ranging from 1 ton to 3200 tons. The company owns a fleet of modern cranes that are serviced regularly and maintained beyond statutory requirements. Cranes and specialized 'tackle' are also sourced from trusted local and international suppliers when necessary. Our crane operators are well trained, tested and certified in compliance with regulations. In addition, crane operators and back-up vehicles are equipped with cellular phones to ensure that ongoing contact is maintained with operations while projects are being carried out.

Currently 1 250 ton maximum crane lifting capacity is available in South Africa, but with access to world wide equipment, stored at strategic locations, it is possible to mobilize up to 3200 ton lifting equipment (Crane, Jacking or Gantry) within a month.

Capacity
Local:
Cranes 20-1 250 tons
Transport 56 axle lines SPMT’s (self propelled modular trailers)
Sliding system Up to 1 200 metric tones (via partnerships)
Jacking System Up to 3 000 metric tones (via partnerships)
Rigging Services Up to 100 ton loads are rigged where needed
Engineering and CAD (includes full 2D and 3D plus solid modeling and animations)
 
International:
Cranes Up to 3 200 metric tons capacity
Transport Up to 15 000 metric tons capacity
Gantry Up to 2 000 metric tons capacity
Sliding system Up to 8 000 metric tons capacity
Jacking System Up to 5 000 metric tons capacity

Total Fleet Size
Local:
Cranes 80 Approximately
 
International:
Cranes 1 400 Approximately
Transport 400 axle lines SPMT’s (self propelled modular trailers)

Infrastructure
Companies
(Total Sarens Group)
70
Continents 6
Countries 43

Through its partnership with Sarens NV, Sarens SA is able to access equipment worldwide, stored at
strategic locations within a month.

Services
Heavy Lifting
Planning & Logistical
Engineering & CAD
Refinery Crane & Rigging Logistical Services
Ship & Lift Services
Factory to Foundation
Fully Integrated Services for Heavy Lifts and Project
Cargo includes Ocean/River/Lake-Shipping
Cranage, Jacking, Skidding and Engineering

Where access is restricted, we rig loads weighing in excess of 100 tons into position. Sarens SA also offers comprehensive insurance for projects.
We develop customised solutions to suit the needs of each customer and the demands of each project. This includes initial surveys and recommendations regarding the availability and suitability of equipment and carriers. In addition, we provide regular updates and progress reports to our customers, hands-on supervision throughout the project.

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Project Logistics

Project Logistics

Sarens NV manages and co-ordinates the entire ambit of logistics necessary for large industrial and infrastructure projects. This entails the loading, transportation, shipping, clearing, forwarding and installation of components, to and from any destination in the world.

Sarens SA develop customised solutions to suit the needs of each customer and the demands of each project. This includes initial surveys and recommendations regarding the availability and suitability of equipment and carriers; multiple transportation alternatives; and abnormal and heavy load logistics. In addition, we provide regular updates and progress reports to our customers, hands-on supervision throughout the project.

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Project Engineering

Project Engineering

Sarens SA supplies lifting equipment for projects ranging from 1 ton to 3200 tons.
When planning a major lift we establish the equipment requirements, evaluate the costs and prepare detailed lifting studies, such as risk assessments and lifting procedures. Prior to the execution of the project, soil conditions and crane access are investigated.
If required, the construction of crane bases or access roads necessary to conduct and complete the project is undertaken

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Sarens News

Orapa - Botswana
Sarens South Africa was requested by a leading diamond mining company in Botswana to relocate one of their Komatsu shovels over a distance of 35km. Sarens used 18 axle lines SPMTs of 3.6m wide to move the weight of 550t. Sarens South Africa was able to save the client 2 months in production by utilising this transport solution.The move itself including travel, loading and offloading was executed within 9 days. This successful move has resulted in talks for additional work and it is one of the first major initiatives in Botswana for Sarens.

New standard in super heavy lifting : SGC 120!
The Sarens Group of Wolvertem, Belgium is pleased and proud to introduce the SGC 120 Crane, which will be available in early 2011. This innovative and versatile Heavy Lift Crane System is the product of the combined engineering efforts of Sarens and its newest group member, Rigging International of Alameda, California.

ESTA Awards 2010 SPMT Job of the Year entry by Sarens nv
On the 22nd of April the ESTA Awards 2010 were revealed in Munich. (View Certificate) Sarens nv won the award for the load out of an oil rig in Stord, Norway. Total weight: over 15 000t which equals 83 empty 747 jumbo jets. The module (90m x 90 m) had to be moved diagonally, after wards another 90 degrees turn on the spot, and is positioned with an accuracy of 2 mm with regard to the other modules. Equipment used: 534 axle lines SPMT, 22 Power Packs (> 8 000 HP)

Platinum Potential Under Scrutiny
As part of its growth strategy into the mining sector, crane hire company Sarens SA is keeping a watchful eye on the platinum market, believing that the commodities revival will also see growth for the company going forward. The mining sector currently contributes a small portion to Sarens SAs business, however, as new life is breathed into projects deferred as a result of the economic slowdown, project construction will see the light of day in the near future, Sarens SA technical & projects director, Lance Strachan, tells Nelendhre Moodley.

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