Following the recent acquisition
of ALE, Mammoet has confirmed details of an expanded regional structure
and the appointment of its Regional Managing Directors.
Mammoet has completed its acquisition of ALE on 8 January 2020. The
acquisition was originally announced in July 2019. The combined business
operates 140 offices and branches worldwide.
The business' structure
now consists of five regions in order to reflect the operational footprint
of the newly combined business – Asia Pacific (APAC), Europe & Russia
(EU/R), Latin America (LATAM), Middle East and Africa (MEA) and North America
Reporting to Mammoet
CEO Paul van Gelder, the appointments are as follows: - APAC – John Halfweeg
- EU/R – Wouter van Noort - LATAM – Sergio Vanina - MEA – Jack van den
Brink - NA – Martijn Kuipers.
Paul van Gelder commented:
“Our Regional Managing Directors are a strong representation from both
Mammoet and ALE, and as such provide a good foundation for preserving the
best of both cultures as we continue to integrate and optimize our operations.”
“Importantly, their experience as seasoned engineered heavy lifting and
transport professionals will ensure that our newly expanded capabilities
deliver the very best value for our clients, wherever they are in the world.”
Mammoet is a privately
held Dutch company specialised in engineered heavy lifting and transport
of oversized and heavy objects. It has completed operations in various
sectors across the world including offshore wind. Before the acquisition
the company employed around 5,000 people across its global offices and
branches operating from its European headquarters in Schiedam.