Everest Engineering Equipment is positioned as the No. 1 supplier of Tower Cranes in the Pre-Cast Building Industry, having added a recent order of 28 units of tower cranes of 12-ton capacity, informed the company. Pune-based BG Shirke is the company's biggest client having ordered the 28 units for their Delhi, Navi Mumbai, Pune, and Bangalore projects. With this order, EEE's tower crane population has grown to 188 units within a span of 4 years.

The flat-top tower cranes have an in-built anti-collision system with a safe load indicator (SLI) – the highest safety standard. The cranes are very reliable and deliver high operational accuracy during placement of pre-cast segments. This is of extreme importance while building pre-cast structures, as any hit must be avoided.

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Since these cranes are of flat-top type, their installation and dismantling is very quick. The mast sections are of pin type connection that reduces the installation and dismantling time; and increases the rigidity of the vertical structure with reduced bending moment. Designed for steel structure buildings and factories up to a height of 400 meters, the cranes are economically priced.

EEE: High Performing Company

With over a quarter of a century of service to the construction sector, Navi Mumbai-based Everest Engineering Equipment, today, stands as a prominent service provider of tower cranes, passenger hoists, and mast climbers. The ISO 9001 certified firm offers products that are appreciated for their durability, reliability, and high-performance level. Highly qualified and experienced engineering professionals and factory-trained service support personnel provide professional installation and service to customers across the country.

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The company's objective is to provide quality products along with on-time service to the fast-growing infrastructure projects across India. Its services encompass timely supply of spare parts, AMC support, upgradation of existing (conventional) machines with the latest technology, and incorporating value-added features that reduce power consumption and enhance safety, while being affordable.

EEE has a sales and service tie-up with established brands in the industry such as SYM, Fine Hope for tower cranes, GJJ for passenger hoists, material hoists and Chengdu Hi-tech for its state-of-the-art anti-collision devices used in tower cranes.

EEE's equipment has been used in projects such as dams, petrochemicals, cement and power plants, multi-storied buildings, shipyards, and steel plants. Its long list of prestigious customers include BG Shirke, L&T, JMC, Shapoorji Pallonji, Lanco, Power Mech, Paharpur Cooling Tower Ltd., Capacite Infra Projects, Sobha Developers, and many others.
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