Mammoet Germany acquires Meyer

By Leila Steed29 May 2019


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Mammoet Germany and Meyer management team after signing the acquisition deal

Jens Krawczynski, Managing Director of Mammoet Germany (third from left) with former Management of Meyer Anlagenbau, Volker Klohr (left), Eberhard Jung (second from left) and Bernd Pötter (right)

Heavy lifting and transport company Mammoet Germany has announced its acquisition of German heavy lifting, installation and assembly specialist Meyer Anlagenbau.

The companies, which have collaborated for five years, said their joint success was built on a shared commitment to quality and safety. The deal will expand Mammoet’s heavy installation expertise and reinforce its position in the German market.

Jens Krawczynski, managing director of Mammoet Germany, said, “With over forty years of experience in the south-west of Germany, Meyer brings a wealth of local market knowledge and additional heavy installation expertise.”

Eberhard Jung, former Meyer managing director of Meyer, said, “Having worked together successfully for over five years, we know that Mammoet is the right company to expand our business. Our two companies share a similar regional approach and culture. Mammoet’s reputation for innovation and excellence is an indication that, under its leadership, Meyer will be able to enhance its value proposition.”

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