New Mammoet industrial organisation
03 December 2020
Mammoet Northern USA has launched Mammoet Industrial Services, a newly branded organization, out of its existing Swedesboro, NJ branch location.
Mammoet Northern USA has launched Mammoet Industrial Services, a newly branded organisation, out of its existing Swedesboro, New Jersey, branch.
Mammoet receives a new LTM 1250 crane from Liebherr
Mammoet Industrial Services provides rigging, millwrighting, heavy lifting, transporting, installing, specialized machinery moving, equipment setting and warehousing services. The serve production, distribution, power, storage and other needs in many industries, from airports and pharmaceuticals to fine arts and power, the company said.
Projects range from a simple switchgear replacement to the highly complex installation of a pharmaceutical filling line. Mammoet Industrial Services supports these projects by reducing construction, installation and downtime. Mammoet Northern USA, Inc. is a union company, and is signatory with the ironworkers, millwrights, operating engineers and teamsters.
“Our valued relationship with the local union leadership and their commitment to train their members to the highest standards enables us in turn to draw from a pool of guaranteed qualified labour,” said Elmer Sonnevijlle, branch manager, Mammoet Northern USA. ”Hence, we can easily assist our clients with quality service in a cost-effective way throughout the whole nation.”
Mammoet’s Route Survey Tool (RST) in front of Mammoet Northern USA, Inc. office in Swedesboro, NJ.
New equipment has been added to its fleet, including a Lightweight Service Crane (LSC), a Liebherr LTM 1250 wheeled mobile telescopic crane and a route survey tool. Mammoet’s LSC was designed to be manually assembled in small or restrictive areas.
Mammoet’s Route Survey Tool is a Lidar scan system that provides 3D scanning in a field up to 300 feet (100 metres) in diameter. It gathers precise measurements along the entire route while driving at up to 50 mph (80 km/h). The tool reduces the need for physical measuring, as the technology can determine if the unit to be transported fits along each route and identifies obstacles or obstructions to be mitigated.
The new additions to the Mammoet Industrial Services’ fleet are supplementing the selection of specialized equipment already available, including jacks, skidding systems, positioning and alignment systems, forklifts of many capacities, skates, dollies, spreader bars and more.