Strictly Cranes sells new Raimondi cranes to various clients across Sydney
Strictly Cranes of Australia, official Raimondi agent based in New South Wales, has sold four new Raimondi models to various fleet rental companies and developers. In addition, two new cranes have been ordered by Strictly Cranes to add to their existing fleet. “The six new cranes, four 10-tonne MRT152s and two 10-tonne MRT159s, bring our total volume of models ordered from Raimondi to 80 cranes. Our company’s success has a lot to do with our partners – repeat clients who continue to trust Strictly Cranes to deliver excellence across service, aftersales care and onsite assistance wherever and whenever we are needed,” said Ramey Alkhoshaibi, founder and Commercial Director, Strictly Cranes.
Developers in Australia are increasingly shifting to heavier lifting cranes due to their versatility of use on jobsites ranging from high level residential and commercial buildings to lower level, fewer storied, apartment blocks. “These 10 tonne tower cranes are great for utility, hence increasing return on investment for our clients,” he continued. Alkhoshaibi elaborated that “the city tower size, being only 1.5 meters, allows for much more onsite accessibility. The positioning of such a compact tower maximizes jib radius while presenting the contractors with more options in terms of how and where the cranes can be put to work.”
“The competitive pricing for a premiere European crane manufactured, end-to-end, with a quality material sourcing trail is an added-value for our customers – we know exactly what we’re selling. It’s worth pointing out that our clients were pleased that Raimondi was able to expedite these shipments to meet their aggressive building timelines. The cranes were ordered mid-December and Raimondi was able to deliver promptly, despite the holiday season. Strictly Cranes is proud to represent a brand that exceeds client shipment expectations.”