Mammoet continues with Royal Smit work

10 August 2018

Mammoet says it has been responsible for the local transportation of transformers from Dutch transformer manufacturer Royal Smit Transformers since 1927.

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Mammoet and Royal Smit Transformers signing the framework agreement

The two companies have now formalised and extended their relationship for a further five years with the signing of a framework agreement.

According to Olivier Dirkzwager, Mammoet account manager for the Royal Smit partnership, “The transport of heavy loads has come a long way since we moved the first 26,500 kg transformer for Royal Smit. Back then no vehicle could transport a single load that heavy so the Mammoet team moved the transformer manually over wooden beams, 200 metres a day, across Amsterdam. “Since that first project we have established a global transport network over land and sea ensuring that these valuable parts are delivered safely to their destinations on time and with minimal impact.”

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Mammoet transports a 325 tonne Royal Smit transformer

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