Sany to supply mobile port machinery to King Abdul Aziz Port in Saudi Arabia

30 August 2016 (Last Updated August 30th, 2016 18:30)

Sany Port Machinery, a subsidiary of Sany Group, has been contracted to provide 31 units of mobile port machinery to King Abdul Aziz Port in Dammam, Saudi Arabia.

Sany Port Machinery, a subsidiary of Sany Group, has been contracted to provide 31 units of mobile port machinery to King Abdul Aziz Port in Dammam, Saudi Arabia.

Under the deal, valued at $7.5m, Sany will supply 10T-46T forklifts, reach stackers and container handlers.

Additionally, special attachments will be provided to handle bulk cargo, including steel pipes and steel coils.

"Sany and its local dealers work together to deliver timely and reliable service to our customers."

With four major container terminals, the King Abdul Aziz Port is the second-largest port in Saudi Arabia.

The port also has two ship repair yards in Jeddah and Dammam, with four floating docks for each yard.

Sany Port Machinery Middle East regional manager said: “Sany and its local dealers work together to deliver timely and reliable service to our customers.

“Our efforts to ensure that we provide efficient part delivery has earned us recognition from our customers and led to the success of our business."

The newly secured deal has boosted Sany Port Machinery's presence in Saudi Arabia.

Formed in 2010, the company manufactures high-performance logistics equipment, such as mobile port machinery, large port machinery, and marine equipment.

Sany Port Machinery has manufacturing plants in Changsha and Zhuhai in China.

Previously, the company provided two Sany post-Panamax container cranes and a rubber-tired gantry crane for Saudi Arabia’s Yanbu Commercial Port, located on the east coast of the Red Sea.

Last year, a ship-to-shore container crane called STS6101 was also installed at the Port of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia by Sany.


Image: Sany SRSC4535C1 reach stacker. Photo: courtesy of PRNewsFoto/Sany Group.