MYCRANE partners with PV-E Cranes to provide zero-emissions lifting equipment

PV-E’s emission-free crawler cranes from 80t-250t will be available to buy and rent on the digital platform

Dubai-based MYCRANE has announced a partnership with PV-E Cranes of the Netherlands, allowing the company to offer zero-emissions cranes for sale and rent on its digital platform.

Engineered and manufactured in the Netherlands, PV-E’s emission-free crawler cranes are fully electric, battery-operated and can run for 10-12 hours on a single charge. The product range consists of 80, 100, 160 and 250-tonne crawler cranes, with several boom options such as fixed jibs, luffing jibs and heavy duty jibs.

As a result of the partnership agreement, PV-E’s crawler cranes will also be available to buy on the MYCRANE Marketplace, and can be rented through the MYCRANE platform.

At the 2022 Construction Machinery Middle East Awards, MYCRANE was shortlisted in the ‘Innovation of the Year’ category.

“There is a clear drive towards zero-emission working in the construction sector, as we will no doubt hear at Bauma,” said MYCRANE CEO and founder Andrei Geikalo, referring to the trade fair for construction machinery and vehicles, taking place in Munich at the end of October, where both companies will exhibit.

“We are delighted to partner with PVE Cranes Group to offer more choice for our clients, especially those who need to keep noise and emission values in mind, as they bid for projects. MYCRANE is keen to play our role in the transition from diesel to electric-powered electricity.”

Joost Bömer, CEO of PVE Cranes Group added: “Our innovative electric crawler cranes are helping to deliver clean, silent and safe job sites. By co-operating with MYCRANE, we can help contractors around the world to find the right emission-free crawler crane for their next lift.”

In August 2022, MYCRANE added new crane types for the short-term rental market and, in September 2022, it said its platform is servicing lifting projects around the globe.


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