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SANY Unleashing Cutting-Edge Mining Equipment and Solutions

The Namibian Mining Expo and Conference 2023 is set to witness a groundbreaking debut as Sany Equipment Namibia (Pty) Ltd, a subsidiary of Sany Equipment South Africa (Pty) Ltd, takes the stage. Sany Group, a renowned high-end equipment manufacturer with a global presence, will showcase its innovative range of mining solutions at the event from 3031 August 2023.

With a remarkable journey that began three decades ago in Changsha, Hunan, China, SANY has evolved into one of the world’s largest manufacturers of construction and mining equipment. The company’s portfolio has expanded to include offerings in ports, precast concrete, and renewable energy equipment. Having achieved exceptional growth, SANY Group recorded sales revenue of $27 billion in 2021, marking a staggering increase of more than 330 times over the past two decades. With the sale of over 100,000 excavators, SANY has firmly established itself as a major player in the industry.

SANY Group’s commitment to research and development is evident through its annual investment of 7% of sales revenue. With a dedicated team of over 9,000 engineers focused on R&D and innovation, SANY brings its mission, ‘Quality Changes the World’, to life. This mission encompasses a commitment to excellence in all aspects of the business, delivering a premium customer experience, and making a positive contribution to society.

The opening of the company’s regional office in Johannesburg, South Africa in 2006 was a significant milestone. This office caters to the Southern Africa region, including countries such as Botswana, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, Swaziland, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. In May 2022, SANY expanded its footprint in Africa with the opening of its Namibia office, reinforcing its commitment to the continent’s growth.

SANY’s presence in Africa extends across various sectors. In the excavation segment, their world-class excavators, ranging from 1.6 to 300 tonnes, deliver versatility, efficiency, safety, and unrivaled performance. Equipped with the latest technologies, these machines help reduce costs and increase productivity. SANY’s competitively priced 5 and 7-tonne front-end loaders, known for their low fuel consumption and reinforced structural parts, find extensive applications in construction and mining.

When it comes to hauling, SANY’s range of articulated dump trucks, rigid dump trucks, and wide-body dump trucks can handle demanding jobsites with payloads ranging from 40 to 150 tonnes. These trucks promise low operating costs, catering to diverse mining requirements. The company’s expertise extends to port machinery, where they have made significant strides since their entry into the industry in 2005. Their offerings include container mobile equipment such as reach stackers, stackers, and electric trucks, as well as port equipment like quay cranes, yard bridges, and door seats. SANY aims to be a global leader in port machinery and a provider of terminal automation solutions.

Beyond excavation, loading, hauling, and port machinery, SANY also provides motor graders, rollers, cranes, concrete equipment, and piling rigs, offering comprehensive solutions to the mining industry. SANY prides itself on being a reliable service provider, offering 24/7 aftersales support to its customers. Additionally, the newly launched in-house financing arm, SANY Capital, provides efficient and competitive financing solutions, adding further value to customers’ businesses.

Further to that, SANY’s vision extends beyond delivering equipment and financing solutions. The company aims to build a beautiful Africa hand in hand with its people and usher in a ‘new age of confidence and hope’ by delivering on its promise of quality. As SANY makes its debut at the Namibian Mining Expo and Conference 2023, mining professionals can anticipate witnessing cutting-edge mining equipment and solutions that embody the spirit of innovation, quality, and progress. With SANY’s commitment to revolutionising the mining industry, the future of resource extraction shines brighter than ever before.

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