Sarens has opened a new location in Estonia to improve its coverage of the Baltic states and Northern Europe.
The new operation is based in Tallinn and will offer a range of sales, operations, maintenance and planning services while being home to a small fleet of telescopic and lattice boom cranes with capacities from 20 to 500 tonnes. The company said the move is aimed at increasing the scope of services it offers in the immediate area including Finland, with a focus on companies in the Harjumaa, Tartumaa, Pärnumaa, and Ida-Virumaa regions, and to benefit from growth opportunities within the civil, wind, and energy sectors.
Mariusz Sudol, Sarens regional director of eastern and northern Europe, said: “The Estonian market is quite closed and conservative with regards to foreign companies, which is why a different market entry strategy was chosen. Our local partners and employees who have been working with Estonian clients for many years now, did a great job breaking the ice and proving that Sarens' contribution to Estonian construction and engineering industry can open up mutually beneficial innovations.”