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Mammoet adds Freeport to network

September 26 - Mammoet is to present its partnership with Texas' Port Freeport at the upcoming Breakbulk Americas event in Houston.

Mammoet's factory-to-foundation service ensures that large and heavy construction components, often sources from suppliers throughout the world, are transported from the manufacturer to their final destination according to plan.

With the Freeport terminal, Mammoet adds an accessible port to its global network of terminals, which also includes the ports of Rotterdam and Antwerp. Located just three miles from deep water, the central Texas location offers fast and efficient transportation via highway, railroad or inter coastal waterway.

With a dedicated Mammoet crane, the proximity of Mammoet's USA headquarters, a deep channel and berthing site, and solid ground-bearing capacity, Mammoet says that it can ensure fast and safe processing of the heaviest and largest components at Freeport.

 

 

www.mammoet.com

www.portfreeport.com

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