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Sarens plans Ukrainian expansion

Sarens Ukraine plans to increase its crane fleet by five units, by the end of 2020.

The fleet additions, according to Sarens, reflect the promising potential of the Ukrainian market.

Since 2016, the business unit has had two LTM 1090s in operation. In January 2020, the division mobilised a 70-tonne capacity LTM 1070 and will soon add a 55-tonne capacity LTM 1055. A 120-130-tonne capacity unit and a 200-250-tonne capacity unit will be added later this year.

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