Comansa signs dealer for Norway

By Alex Dahm28 March 2022

Line of people holding pictures of a crane sculpture To mark the distribution deal representatives of Rental Group Crane, Jan Ståle Døhl and Espen Jensen, received prints depicting a sculpture standing at the entrance to the Comansa factory. Photo: Comansa

Spanish tower crane manufacturer Comansa has signed a three-year distribution agreement for Norway with Rental Group Crane AS.

The deal was signed mid-March at the Spanish tower crane factory in Huarte, Navarra. Comansa said it will support Rental Group Crane at all levels. The companies have already worked together for several years.

In the last two years the Norwegian rental group has bought several cranes, including large models, from the 21LC series and also 16LC units. Projects for these included construction of the new Radiumhospitalet hospital in Norway’s capital Oslo and work in shipyards.

According to Comansa, Rental Group “is the most comprehensive provider of rental machinery and equipment for the construction industry in Norway.” It is a group of specialist companies with tunnelling equipment and other heavy machinery in addition to tower cranes.

“Rental Group Crane has a robust structure for providing technical assistance and spare parts throughout the country, as well as in-depth knowledge of Comansa tower cranes and a clear commitment to the future,” the Spanish manufacturer said.

Rusty iron crane-like sculpture The sculpture by Jesus Lizaso standing at the entrance to the Comansa factory. Photo: Comansa

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