We’re pleased to announce our appointment as the exclusive UK dealer for port and industrial heavy handling equipment manufactured by Sany.
Sany is one of the biggest equipment companies in the world, with a market growth and product development plan that will see it become one of the leading suppliers of port equipment over the next few years.
This is an exciting time for Cooper. We’ve built a solid reputation as a leading provider of reach stackers, container handlers, portside and other specialised lifting machines, along with engineering support. Sany’s core range, which is manufactured at a new, purpose-built factory in Bedburg, Germany, is an excellent fit with our existing ports and heavy lift product portfolio.
This new partnership is an important development for the UK marketplace, too. Customers of heavy lifting equipment can now choose high quality German-built and European-sourced machines that meet EU specifications and standards without paying a hefty price premium.
For more information about the new Sany range, please contact our dedicated heavy lifting division, Cooper Specialised Handling, on 01926 658900 or email us at email@example.com
Operating in all sectors of heavy lifting across the UK and Ireland, Cooper Specialised Handling is the exclusive UK distributor for SveTruck , RAM Spreaders and Sany mobile handling equipment, sole UK importer and exclusive distributor for Mantsinen cranes, Movella Translifters, TEC Containers and a long-term specialist in Konecranes lift trucks. The company, which celebrated 20 years in business in 2018, also has a dedicated after-sales division, Cooper Handling Solutions, which specialises in engineering support.
Independently owned, Cooper offers total solutions in both solids and bulk handling. Its customised solutions comprise high quality, high value products and reliable service for businesses operating in the most challenging heavy handling environments, including ports, freight handling, inter-modal terminals, manufacturing and other heavy lifting industries.