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Belgian Multinational Signs Partnership with Mozambican Transport Company Lalgy

Belgian Multinational Signs Partnership with Mozambican Transport Company Lalgy

Belgian multinational Sarens, which provides heavy lifting, project transport and crane hire services, has signed a strategic framework agreement with Mozambican transport company Transportes Lalgy.

According to a publication in Heavy Lift & Project Forwarding International magazine, the companies will collaborate to strengthen infrastructure development in various sectors throughout the country, to meet the growing demand for crane hire, heavy lifting, specialised transport and related services.

Quoted in the publication, Sarens said that the partnership will focus on the construction, energy, telecommunications, maritime transport, ports, oil and gas, emergency response, project cargo, plant maintenance and mining sectors.

‘There is a shared commitment to empowering local communities through skills development programmes and knowledge transfer initiatives,’ he added.

The organisation also pointed out that ‘the parties aspire to stimulate economic growth and promote prosperity, and initiatives are already underway to support social responsibility efforts, demonstrating the partners’ dedication to making a positive impact’.

What is Sarens?

Sarens was founded by Frans Sarens in 1921 for forestry work and transporting trees by horse and cart. Some time later, the company entered the mechanical transport and lifting sector.

The company’s equipment is used for projects including cement plant repairs, port operations, bridge construction, canal expansion (including the Panama Canal), public transport construction, sports arenas, and power plant installations and repairs, such as the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.


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