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Raimondi Cranes (Raimondi), founded in 1863, is a heritage European manufacturer of topless tower and luffing cranes. Recognised globally for its contribution to innovative solutions in the heavy lifting machinery segment, Raimondi Cranes is headquartered in its heritage home of Legnano, Milan, Italy.

Picture: Raimondi luffing LR330 and the MRT234

Over the past 12 months, Raimondi has launched three new models: the Raimondi MRT234 topless tower crane, the flagship luffer of its new range, the LR330, and the LRH174, the company’s first hydraulic luffer. In addition to the manufacturing of cranes, Raimondi also produces relevant accessories including the Deluxe R16 Crane Cabin and the SL-TC 20 Crane Lift. The innovative approach to the Deluxe R16 crane cabin has generated an additional revenue stream for Raimondi and continues to receive market accolades for its solution-based design, enhancing operator viewing fields leading to increased onsite agility and safety. Raimondi Cranes Middle East owns a fully operational yard in the UAE and, via its in-house teams of technicians and engineering specialists, it can offer multiple services to clients across the GCC.

Picture: Raimondi luffing LR330 and MRT234 erected at Intermat Paris

The ability to straddle a wide range of sector needs ensures the company can also accommodate the increasingly complex demands of contractors and developers. Bespoke operations are increasingly in popularity both in the MENA region and throughout Europe. The increasing complexity of jobsites, specifically those in densely built up areas, require expert and astute site planning; and from new sales to site-planning, Raimondi’s client care specialists, led by the experienced Wael Hasan (who joined as Middle East Commercial Director of the MENA region in 2017) provide in-depth consultation regardless of size and scope on a huge range of activities such as: rentals, crane planning, crane operation methodology, crane erection and dismantle, spare parts and service contracts, anti-collision systems, base and tie leg design, in-house client-side training, and service and maintenance.

Picture: The luffing LR330 erected at Intermat Paris 2018


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