Project Cargo, which is growing strongly in the Middle East region over the next few years, is an opportunity that naturally connects the two companies in their commitment to provide customers in this sector with innovative and high value-added services that cover their logistics and lifting needs from start to finish.
ERHARDT PROJECTS, belonging to ERHARDT, a company with 140 years of history, is a Project Cargo Logistics Operator, with offices in Spain, UAE and KSA, offering customized end-to-end solutions for project logistics.
MYCRANE, positioned as a digital innovator in the crane and construction space, provides an online crane rental service that reduces crane procurement time by 80% and also offers independent lifting engineering. Headquartered in Dubai, it has a global network of offices and franchises across North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Last November 2nd, in the unique environment of Adipec Middle East, executives from both companies had the opportunity to network and discuss how to support each other in the global project cargo market.
Our clients contract us to comprehensively manage their special cargo transportation operations. In our commitment to ensuring that the services required are available efficiently and quickly, MYCRANE can bring us added value, says Igor Muñiz, General Manager & CEO for MEATI –APAC Region at Erhardt Projects.
To collaborate with a global leader in project cargo as ERHARDT PROJECTS, undoubtedly contributes to strengthen our value proposition and presence in an important sector for us as project cargo, says Andrei Geikalo founder of Mycrane.
In the photo, from left to right
- Andrew Hall, Managing Director, Abu Dhabi Erhardt Projects
- Andrei Geikalo, CEO, MYCRANE
- Igor Muñiz, General Manager & CEO for MEATI –APAC Region, Erhardt Projects
- Piet Kraaijeveld, COO, MYCRANE
- Abdul Rasheed Rowther, Sales & Market Intelligence Manager, MYCRANE
- Hammad Raza Khan, Business Development and Proposals Manager, Abu Dhabi Erhardt Projects