Mammoet lifts a 150 tonne water tank roof for Carbon Holding HAC in Shokhna, Suez

Mammoet lifts a 150 tonne water tank roof for Carbon Holding HAC in Shokhna, Suez

Transport company Mammoet has opened a new branch in Cairo, Egypt.

The new branch will be represented by Mammoet Egypt LLC, a company spokesperson said. It is the second office that Mammoet has opened, following a new office in Baku, Azerbaijan. Both branches support project operations.

Khaled Ahmed, director of Mammoet, said, “We are optimistic about Egypt’s political, economic, and social developments. This country offers a big market with vast potential, and we are ready to take this opportunity.”

Jan Kleijn, CEO and Chairman of Mammoet Holding, said, “This year marks the occasion of Mammoet’s 40th anniversary in the Middle East. We are proud to have made great progress in expanding our operations, and to be involved in many key projects including Dubai Metro, Habshan, Jubail, Shaybah, Dubai Mall, and others.

“Opening a branch in Egypt is a big step forward in enhancing our regional coverage for our clients. Power, civil, energy and infrastructure industries can all benefit from Mammoet’s know-how in optimising the uptime of plants and installations, and improving construction efficiency.”

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