Heavy lift and engineered transport provider Sarens is expanding its footprint in Estonia to meet the evolving needs of the country’s construction, energy and industrial sectors.

Sarens expands its presence in Estonia

Source: Sarens

Sarens is deploying a fleet of all-terrain cranes ranging in capacity from 55 to 100 tonnes to Estonia that will cater to a variety of lifting needs across industries. For larger cranes up to 500-tonne capacity, Sarens will be able to call upon its branch in Lithuania, Sarens Balticum.

Sarens said: “Not only does [Estonia] boast its own thriving economy, but it also maintains close cooperation with the Nordic markets, providing ample opportunities for growth and collaboration. The strategic location of Estonia further adds to its appeal, serving as a gateway to the wider northern European region. In fact, Sarens in Estonia is our base for planned offshore projects and functions as a bridge to further expand our operations in Finland.”

In terms of sectors, Sarens anticipates heightened activity in several key areas within Estonia. The construction of both civil and military facilities stands out as a prominent sector, reflecting the country’s investment in infrastructure and defence. Additionally, chemical plant and energy sector facilities present avenues for substantial crane usage, aligning with Estonia’s focus on energy independence and industrial development.

Further still, as a logistics hub, Estonia’s demand for lifting services extends to support its logistical operations, further diversifying Sarens’ potential clientele in the region.