SMT Africa signed a dealership agreement with Sennebogen to cover Northern, Western and Central Africa. The deal, signed at the end of 2017, sees SMT Africa supply Sennebogen Green Line material handling equipment for applications including Port, Recycling and Mining.
Sennebogen, one of the world’s leading material handling equipment manufacturers, has been convinced by the professionalism and the quality of services provided by SMT to build strong relationships in these important African markets. For SMT, this new agreement broadens its product range and strengthen its premium position in the heavy equipment market, as Sennebogen Green Line equipment uses state-of-the-art technology based on precision and innovation.
As SMT has been a long-term partner of Sennebogen in Europe for over 20 years, SMT Africa will capitalise on this experience to distribute Sennebogen Green Line’s industry-leading products and services via its network of local offices and workshops.
Christophe Blaze`re, CEO of SMT Africa adds: “We are delighted to take on this new challenge that strengthens our position in Africa. SMT Africa is committed to take the Sennebogen business to the next level, delivering the highest service standards for the benefit of our African customers”.
Sennebogen is a German company founded in 1952 to develop and produce machines for the material handling industry. Sennebogen equipment is designed especially for high performance, capacity and maximum reliability and safety. The machines are available with robust modular undercarriage solutions for customised applications. For maximum comfort and excellent site overview the material handlers are equipped with a hydraulic elevating cab. Sennebogen material handlers are very versatile and can be used for many applications such as Port, Scrap, Steel mills, Recycling, Waste, Mining and Timber.
Established in 1991 in Belgium, SMT today provides a broad range of advanced products, services and solutions for the transport and construction sectors across Europe and Africa.
More specifically, SMT Africa has built a strong network in 26 countries of North, Central and West Africa. SMT works in partnership with its customers, delivering value to improve their performance and support their growth, reinforced by the operational agility of its dedicated after-sales and services network.