Mammoet and Tiong Woon team up

Dutch international crane and heavy lift company Mammoet and Thai heavy lift and haulage contractor Tiong Woon have joined forces to bolster their operations and market position in Thailand and other parts of the Asia pacific region.

The companies believe that they can both benefit from the synergies between Mammoet’s expertise and heavy equipment, and Tiong Woon's market position in Thailand and regional footprint in the region to provide a greater level of heavy lift and haulage services. The memorandum of understanding was signed by Tiong Woon chief executive Ang Guan Hwa and Mammoet chief executive Paul van Gelder.

Ang Guan Hwa said: "We are excited about the opportunities this strategic alliance with Mammoet in Thailand brings to our organisation and customers. This is yet another chapter in the group’s growth story in the right direction. We will be positioned to deliver a wider suite of exceptional services to our customers. We believe that this broadening of our strategic partnership with Mammoet in the Asia Pacific region augurs well for further growth in the region.”
Ang Guan Hwa of Tiong Woon (L) with Paul van Gelder of Mammoet at the signing ceremony

Tom Rutgrink, commercial director of Mammoet Asia Pacific added: "Tiong Woon was a natural choice as a partner for us in Thailand. Its experience and local footprint will complement Mammoet’s capabilities, expertise and the industry’s largest fleet of lifting and transport equipment. The partnership signifies our commitment to innovation and excellence in the heavy lifting and transport industry. We look forward to leveraging our collective capabilities to provide integrated project solutions and drive success for our customers in Thailand and beyond.”