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Position – Trainee
Company – Sarens
Location – India

Job description

We are looking for an Enthusiastic individual with who is ready to work under pressure and has sound mechanical knowledge
Must have a regular bachelor or Master in Engineering: Mechanical.

  • Fluent in English. Other languages could be an asset
  • Very good insight on the working and stability principles of cranes and everything involved (material, transport, auxiliary equipment, lifting plans,…)
  • Knowledge of accepted computer programs and packages
  • Excellent result-focused

– Independent – Self-disciplined and self-motivating

  • Good communicator
  • Positive drive and look on life and business
  • Stress resistant
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This is a unique challenge for a Trainee with a positive attitude and can-do mentality in the Heavy Lifting industry.
If interested please submit your resume by applying online

About the Company

1920
Great grandfather Frans Sarens was a farmer who used a horse and cart for forestry works and the transport of trees. That is how it began, in the thirties, in Flanders, Belgium; one man and his twelve children, who started working with him as soon as they graduated school.

1950
The horse and cart soon became a truck, and then a cart again due to the lack of fuel during the war years. Wooden wheels eventually made way for rubber tires, and the horses were progressively replaced by engines.
The means were always adapted to the needs of our clients.

1955
September 2nd
Sarens De Coster is founded. Sarens is born.

1958
We participate in the World Expo in Brussels.

1960
We begin progressively investing in new equipment and technologies and steadily grow in Belgium.

1970
We incorporate our first barges and Self Propelled Modular Trailers (SPMTs) to our fleet. We also begin offering services in the UK.

1980
We enter the Netherlands which, to this day, is one of our strongest Business Units.

1990
The first wind turbine erections are completed. We also enter Germany, Poland, and Thailand.

1980
We are appointed a series of breakthrough projects worldwide. In New Caledonia, we undertake and complete one of our more complex projects in our history thus far by deploying the CC8800.

1980
Some of our most noteworthy projects were our appointment to move the Endeavor space ship in the US, to place the roof of the Flamanville Nuclear plant in France, and the completion of the largest project in Sarens history from our client Tengizchevronoil. Sarens now owns the Sarens Giant Crane SGC-120 and the SGC-140: two spectacular massive cranes that are widely regarded as pioneering containerisable machines that can serve clients globally.

2020
Sarens launched the largest crane in the world, the spectacular SGC-250. We name it “Big Carl” after our Director of Technical Solutions, Projects & Engineering. The crane´s first assignment is at the nuclear station Hinkley Point C in the UK.

What started as a family business is now a multinational group with 100 offices on five continents and over 4.000 employees globally. Continuous investments and equipment innovation is one of our top priorities for our clients. We are now involved in the greatest heavy lifting and engineered transport projects ever to be appointed in history. Sarens is now a global leader and reference in crane rental services, heavy lifting, and engineered transport.

The Sarens way has always been simple and sophisticated, just like when we started in the beginning of the 20th century. First, we analyse the client’s need and seek a suitable technical solution. Then, we flawlessly execute the operation with safety always in mind.

Today, our expert engineers from across the world, our cutting edge and ever-evolving equipment, our impeccable safety standards, and our geographic footprint, combined with our years of experience make of us today the global leader and reference in crane rental services, heavy lifting, and engineered transport.


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