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Mammoet expands in Australia

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Mammoet has been working in Australia, executing projects in the petrochemical, civil and mining industries since 2002.

To support projects and clients in the Eastern states, Mammoet is opening a new office in Brisbane. This will be the fourth one in Australia, in addition to other offices in Perth, Darwin and Port Hedland.

In Western Australia, Mammoet Australia has recently expanded its operational footprint with the opening of a yard in Perth, Naval Base and expansion of the fleet with twelve new mobile cranes ranging from 25 – 250 t. The new yard will provide local support to clients in the Southwest region.

”These new Mammoet locations enable us to have our equipment and professionals locally available. This ensures timely mobilisation to site, and a quick upscale if required,” commented Wouter Mink, Managing Direct Mammoet Australia.

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