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Mammoet adds Hamburg office

Mammoet Germany intends to open a branch office in Hamburg on December 13, 2018.

The location will allow the company to expand and improve its services in the northern German market, said Mammoet.

The Dutch company added that it will provide its heavy lift and engineered transport services for ports and shipyards, chemical plants, decommissioning of nuclear facilities, onshore and offshore wind farms, as well as civil construction.

“The Hamburg location will also give us optimal market penetration in the local petrochemical market,” explained René Biernacki, Mammoet Germany’s commercial manager north.

www.mammoet.com

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