Meeting welding needs

Published:  08 August, 2014

Esab_Pic.jpgESAB says Control Industrial Contracting Co. Ltd. (CIC) of Abu Dhabi purchased its first ESAB Warrior 500i multi-purpose welding machine in 2013 because of its versatility and the support services that ESAB could offer. The company says it immediately proved its suitability for the welding applications required and since then has gone on to invest in 47 more.

CIC fabricates and assembles cranes, including ship-to-shore and gantry cranes used to handle containers and is also looking to extend its services into the fabrication of products.

To achieve cost savings in its welding operations, CIC listened closely to ESAB's proposals, paying particular attention to the features of the Warrior 500i including its inverter technology for energy efficient performance. The decision to invest was also based on Warrior's multi-process capability.

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