Mycrane global digital platform for the search and selection of cranes, have recently announced appointing four latest franchisees, thus, to have expansion of their foundation across the core markets of four nations in markets of United Arab Emirates, Oman, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. The firm have also opened Mycrane offices within Dubai, Muscat, Nur-Sultan as well as Tashkent.
Mycrane has already been operational within Russia, and had been established by seasoned industry executive Andrei Geikalo, a former commercial director at heavy lift specialist Mammoet.
The global business-to-business (B2B) platform – retrieved at www.my-crane.com – streamlines the procedure of crane rental procurement, empowering the clients to submit details of their lifting necessities in order to receive custom-made quotes from a range of registered crane providers.
Geikalo stated, “The confirmation of four franchisees so soon after our launch is a testament to the strength of the Mycrane concept. Our new partners share our passion for changing the way the crane rental business works, and we would now be happy to hear from other entrepreneurs who may be interested in operating Mycrane in their home country.”
For the initial time, clients of the platform can merely and rapidly request a crawler, mobile or tower crane without having to rely on manual processes, such as calling suppliers or making multiple offline requests.
The service, operated in nations around the world by a network of native franchisees maintained by Mycrane’s head office team in Dubai, offers cranes with a capacity of between 6 and 750 tonnes.
The innovative Mycrane platform ensures ease of use, while the quotes generated are directly comparable. Registration is free for both clients as well as equipment rental firms.