Pair of lattice boom crawlers give SANY's next generation of cranes a lift
SANY America is introducing a pair of crawler cranes as part of its presence at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020. The SCA1000A and SCA2600A lattice boom crawler cranes are the first in the next generation of cranes from SANY, based on proven designs in use around the world but refined for the North American market.
"SANY has spent many years leveraging the extensive resources of its R&D team to ensure the new cranes exceed customer expectations," said Robert Schafer, Vice President of Cranes at SANY America. "The cranes are specifically designed for road and bridge construction, oil and gas projects, and other large commercial jobs."
With all of its equipment, SANY delivers competitive value by offering more standard features and attachments. The SCA1000A and SCA2600A are no exception.
"The SANY cranes will come standard with all options and attachments included in the base price," said Mark Thurston, Director, Crane Sales at SANY America. "The cranes are designed with best-in-class components from Cummins, Kawasaki, Rexroth and Zollern."
High-quality components coupled with enhanced designs ensure high levels of uptime and efficiency, which is critical to operators on the ground. "We're confident in our machines," said Thurston. "That's why SANY cranes come with a three-year, 3,000-hour standard warranty."
SANY America is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, where it maintains a state-of-the-art facility featuring over 340,000 square feet of manufacturing space and housing service and support teams for all SANY equipment. Such a tangible investment, along with the development of new products like the SCA1000A and SCA2600A, signals that SANY is committed to America.
Likewise, SANY America is invested in developing its line of cranes. Following the release of the SCA1000A and SCA2600A cranes, SANY will be launching a new line of telescopic boom crawler cranes later this year. After that, SANY America will be releasing a new line of rough-terrain cranes in 2021.