Sennebogen is a specialist in producing material handling machines of the highest quality, including crawler cranes, telescopic cranes and special machinery at its Straubing and Wackersdorf factories in Germany.
Formed in 1952, it has become extremely successful in manufacturing standard equipment, as well as custom-made and specialised machinery. These material handling machines are developed together with each customer to meet application requirements. Numerous technical innovations and continuous product improvements have made Sennebogen a leader in the material handling and cranes market.
Sennebogen cranes and material handling machines are distributed worldwide via an extensive
Al Naboodah Group Enterprises (ANGE) is the exclusive representative of Sennebogen in the UAE, continuously striving to provide reliable cranes and material handling solutions to the ever-growing local market. All Sennebogen products purchased in the UAE are effectively backed by ANGE’s prompt and reliable after-sales support.
For more details on Sennebogen cranes and material handling machinery, please visit the company website at www.sennebogen.com
Sennebogen cranes are built for heavy duty applications with continuous operation, boasting an extremely robust design in drives, undercarriage, boom and steel frames. They are driven by high-powered engines and hydraulics for fast and effective duty cycles. Sennebogen telescopic crawler cranes are particularly versatile across a range of applications, being highly mobile and boasting pick-and-carry capabilities. They can be transported to site via flatbed trailer, and put to work within minutes of being unloaded.
The biggest Sennebogen material handling machine ever imported to the UAE to date by Al Naboodah Group Enterprises was specifically brought for Bilal General Transport to work on the La Mer project, which aims to create over one million square metres of new space for urban expansion. Bilal Transport uses the Sennebogen 880 EQ model material handler to precisely position stone blocks weighing up to seven tonnes for coastal fortifications. With a reach of 35m, the machine is designed to allow the precise placement of rip-rap stones down to the nearest centimetre to shape the new coastline.