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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Mammoet Opens New Latin America, Europe Offices

June 25, 2014

  • Mammoet’s PTC200DS Crane at work for Quip - Petrobras, Brazil
  • Turnaround project and exchange of header (Copyright Borealis Kallo)
  • Mammoet’s PTC200DS Crane at work for Quip - Petrobras, Brazil
  • Turnaround project and exchange of header (Copyright Borealis Kallo)

Mammoet has opened a new office in São Paulo, Brazil, replacing its previous premises in the city. The new office serves as main office for the whole Latin America region.Additionally, Mammoet opened a new crane depot in Europe at the Port of Antwerp.

The Latin America office, located on the first floor of EBP’s Torre A, Rua Werner von Siemens (SIEMENS.NS) 111 in Lapa, carries a greenhouse certificate, making it one of the few in the region to have such environmental certification. The new office also has a charter that encourages staff to support Mammoet’s and parent company SHV’s sustainability commitments.

Mammoet will continue to work closely with Sao Paulo-based IRGA, a major Brazilian transport and logistics company. This partnership has proved highly successful in large projects across the region, such as for the wind power industry.

Christiaan Lavooij, Managing Director of Mammoet Latin America, said, “We are on target in developing Mammoet’s activities in Latin America, and further expanding our business by providing a full range of services in support of our clients’ complex projects. In addition to operations in Chile, Colombia and Venezuela, we also opened new offices in Bolivia and Rio de Janeiro, reinforcing our local presence even more.”

In Europe, the new crane depot in the port of Antwerp will further improve service to customers in the area and support the company’s growth of recent years. Having cranes in the vicinity of Mammoet’s customers in the petrochemical, container shipment and dredging industry enables the company to provide quick service and help its customers optimize their project planning and execution.

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