Manitowoc delivers five new Grove GMK4090 to Mammoet

18 July 2018 – Dutch heavy-duty logistics company Mammoet has purchased five new Grove GMK4090 all-terrain cranes from the Manitowoc factory in Wilhelmshaven, Germany. The GMK4090 was launched in Q3 2017 and Mammoet has purchased some of the first cranes to come off the production line. “We purchased the four-axle, all-terrain cranes due to their … Read more

Van Noort proposed for ESTA role

Wouter van Noort from Mammoet has been proposed as the new president of the crane section at ESTA. ESTA is the European Association of abnormal road transport and mobile cranes. Van Noort, Mammoet Europe managing director since the end of 2017, has joined the ESTA Board as the new representative of the Dutch crane association … Read more

Mammoet reaches new height at Lotte Chemical in Louisiana

Source: KHL March 12 – Mammoet has recently completed a series of heavy lifting activities at Lotte Chemical’s monoethylene glycol (MEG) project in Louisiana, USA. They have utilised its largest crane, the PTC 200 DS to carry out the 62 lifts, which ranged from 30 tons (27.2  tonnes) to 1,600 tons (1,451.5 tonnes) in weight. As … Read more

Mammoet opens Teeside facility

Source: Breakbulk Heavy-lift specialist Mammoet has opened a new £7 million facility in Teeside in the north of the UK. The 2,700 square-meter facility in Thornaby provides storage, workshop space, training facilities, testing areas and offices for Mammoet’s breakbulk handling operations in the UK. The firm has invested more than £15 million in the region … Read more

Mammoet completes factory-to-foundation project in Southern Alberta

A fertiliser company in Canada has called Mammoet to complete a factory-to-foundation project. The client manufactures agricultural fertiliser and industrial nitrogen and required the replacement of a R-101 vessel at its plant in Southern Alberta. Mammoet LR11350 lifting the R-101 Vessel. Source: KHL The vessel was manufactured in Austria and Mammoet transported it from Austria … Read more