Mammoet Wins Costain Partner of the Year

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Thursday, February 13, 2014
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Engineered heavy lifting and transport company Mammoet won the Costain “Achieving Excellence” Award for Supply Chain Partner of the Year 2013.

On February 6, a team representing Mammoet attended the annual Costain Awards Ceremony. The company had been nominated for this award on the back of their continued excellence during the execution of the Evap D Project at the Sellafield Nuclear site.

Mammoet received the award for their contribution in the construction of a new evaporator unit at the nuclear reprocessing site of Sellafield, assisting with the transportation, lifting and installation of 11 modules. Mammoet’s tailor-made four-way gantry system ensured a safe approach and saved two months construction time.

Mammoet’s involvement in the project has spanned over five years, from their early involvement in an engineering study in mid-2008 through to the completion of the site execution in late 2013.

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