Dal-Lago to distribute Verton safe lifting tech in GCC, India

27 September 2021

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Global precast company Dal-Lago has partnered with Verton to distribute its safe lifting tech in GCC, India.

Verton’s wireless lifting beams remotely orientate suspended loads without the need for taglines, using gyroscopes and sophisticated control systems, removing the need for personnel near or under loads.  

For Dal-Lago bringing the industrialization of construction with its parent company DLC Consulting, means it can offer its customers safer, faster, and smarter solutions.  

Its philosophy is to minimise the need of raw material, especially concrete in any building structure and complete the building structure faster with its patent dry connections, Verton’s lifting solution is a complement to the whole production and erection system.  

"The benefit of being an authorized Verton distributor is that we can reach out to many clients who are in different industries. We are excited to be representing Verton’s unique and innovative products which create the safest lifting operations available, while also offering our clients our patent fastest precast solutions, which they might need for their construction projects too," said Liyakat Ali Syed, director/head of International Market Operations, Australia, India and the GCC at Dal-Lago.

"Our precast construction industry will hugely benefit from Verton equipment as it allows faster erection of panels without worrying about the safety of workers on site," Trevor Bourne, MD, Verton, said the partnernsip offers safer and more efficient work for countless construction projects.  

"The reach that our technology will now have thanks to Dal-Lago is exciting, as the safety benefits they deliver are sorely needed in the construction industry," he said.  

"From a productivity and efficiency perspective, the load arrives at the destination in the right orientation due to the control system onboard our equipment while controlling the load via our remote control, even in the event of sudden wind gusts.  

"Coupled with our smart tech that captures and analyses lifting operation data to identify opportunities for improvement, our solutions are designed to make lifting operations better for everyone."  

Bourne pointed out the potential for the Dal-Lago/Verton partnership was huge. "For example, any wind turbine company who would need Verton lifting solutions to safely and more efficiently install towers in India can easily consult with Dal-Lago about building their wind towers in precast concrete," he said.