Heavy haulage and transportation service provider Mammoet has added eight cranes to expand its fleet in the Middle East, Africa and the Caspian (MEA) region

The cranes will support Mammoet’s range of heavy-duty engineering work. (Image source: Mammoet)

A 600-ton crawler crane, a 400-ton, two 250-ton and 100-ton rough-terrain cranes and three 35-ton rough-terrain cranes have been added to the regional fleet.

The expansion increases Mammoet’s capacity in the region and complements the diverse fleet of equipment for projects and daily rentals. It increases flexibility and availability for work in multiple geographic areas with high demand.

The cranes will assist Mammoet’s range of heavy-duty technical work – from small construction sites to handling complex elevators in industrial plants. They will be available to customers in all sectors including the energy, petrochemical, mining, renewable energy and construction sectors.

“We are excited to add these additional cranes in the region to our current regional fleet as we continually seek ways to improve the efficiency of our operational and equipment readiness for construction and maintenance projects. This adds to our emphasis on serving our customers, ”commented Michel Bunnik, Commercial Director of Mammoet Middle East and Africa.

Mammoet MEA has been based in the region for more than 40 years, providing equipment rental for turnkey mega-project solutions. The company is represented in eleven countries in the region: United Arab Emirates, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, Egypt, South Africa, Mozambique, Nigeria, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan.