Mammoet and Aertssen get together in Qatar

Lineup of top people from Mammoet and Aertssen in Qatar Mammoet and Aertssen have got together in Qatar. Left to right: Robbert-Jan Willems, manager crane division at Aertssen Machinery Services; Tony Nuyts, general manager at Aertssen Machinery Service MENA; Jack van den Brink, managing director at Mammoet MEA and APAC; and Michel Bunnik, Mammoet MEA commerical director. Photo: Mammoet

International heavy lift and transport giant Mammoet from the Netherlands and Belgium-based heavy lifting specialist Aertssen Machinery Services (AMS) have a greed a partnership to work together. in Qatar.

The agreement is to “meet the increasing demands of Qatar’s growing market, driven by robust capital and operational expenditures in the energy and infrastructure sectors,” Mammoet said. It will allow both companies to provide heavy lifting and transport to the rapidly growing market.

Jack van den Brink, Mammoet MEA and APAC managing director, commented, “This strategic move allows us to leverage the collective strengths of Mammoet and AMS. By combining our capabilities, we are well-positioned to serve projects in Qatar, with the aim to bring greater efficiency for all of our customers there.”

For his part Tony Nuyts, Aertssen Machinery Service MENA general manager, commented, “We are proud to be part of this partnership and look forward to providing solutions across various sectors, including the construction, civil, infrastructure, oil and gas and power sectors. This collaboration enables us to offer versatile solutions, ranging from small mobile cranes for quick operations to complex engineered heavy lifting and transport projects.”


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