Our client is from a company in Latin America, which is specializing in the sales, production, service and technology of forest machines designed for the cut-to-length method.
Before the factory expansion, the forest machinery assembly line had mostly wall-mounted jib cranes and EOT crane company (electric overhead travelling). The components to be lifted had to remain small in size, and limited lifting height restricted movement. Some lifting had to always occur at a specific phase on the line where there was little room to lift.
Our client's goal was to extend the lifting height and operating area of cranes and make the attachment of objects more versatile. Lifting an object with multiple cranes needed to be more flexible to facilitate the assembly collection of preliminary lines so that lifting large loads and entities would be easier and safer.
In the extensive crane renewal project, the company carefully compared the solution proposals of several suppliers. Our crane solution was chosen thought for the long connection and negotiation by our client.
Along with the cranes’ technical solutions and quality, a very important criterion in the company was maintenance to ensure the lifting devices’ reliability and safety. Professional and quickly after-sale service is one of the cornerstones of DQCRANES service, and it has won many praises of customers all over the world.
“The core goal of our expansion project is to ensure quality for our customers. We will now be able to modify our production more flexibly and assemble and move larger loads and assembled entities on the production line more safely.” Ricardo Gomez, Production Development Manager