Mammoet has opened a new yard and offices in Kiev, Ukraine, as part of an expansion programme in the country.
The new location will be the base for several larger cranes with capacities of 160, 250 and 600 tonnes along with SPMTs, its JS500 jacking systems and 200 tonne climbing jacks and an inventory of auxiliary equipment.
Ruslan Syrbu, general manager for Mammoet Ukraine, said: “We have experienced a growing demand for our services in recent years and have also recognised the potential opportunities within Ukraine. This new dedicated office enables us to have a permanent presence, demonstrating our commitment to enhancing our overall service offering. We can now store and test equipment locally, offering a faster mobilisation for our services that can be optimised to local needs.
Mammoet has been operating in Ukraine since 2011 and has worked on a number of high profile projects including Yuzhnyy Port, Shyliavskiy bridge, Chernobyl nuclear power plant and Myrnenska, the country’s largest wind farm.