Mammoet, the world’s largest engineered heavy lifting and transport service provider, is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with Bay Crane Services, a leader in the crane rental, specialized transportation, and construction industries throughout the Northeastern United States.
Mammoet USA was founded in 1989 to provide local engineered heavy lift and transport services to the states. With more than 30 years of experience, Mammoet now has nine total USA-based locations nationwide, including the main location in Rosharon, Texas. In addition, the Bay Crane Companies were founded in 1939 to meet the needs of lifting requirements in New York. Together, Mammoet and Bay Crane have over 115 years’ relevant industry-wide experience.
After working together on several projects dating back 25 years, this partnership will focus on servicing the renewable Offshore Wind requirements of the Northeastern United States. Mammoet’s global reach, complemented by Bay Crane’s established local presence, will better position both companies as we enable a step towards a net-zero future. Delivering a boost for the local economy, we will enable the delivery of clean, cost-efficient energy to the region and serve our client’s growing needs.
Rick Bohne, Jr., Director of Sales & Marketing for Mammoet in the USA & Mexico, says, “Establishing this partnership meets our goal of bringing the best level of service to our client-partners. As a global player, we recognize the importance of leveraging like-minded local leaders in this industry to ensure every possible advantage, local and global, is available to serve our clients’ project needs”.
Kenneth Bernardo, Bay Crane Companies CEO stated, "Mammoet and Bay Crane have worked together on a multitude of projects in the Northeast region over the years. This strategic partnership presents clear advantages to both companies, as well as the offshore industry. We are excited to offer up our portfolio of both global and regional market experience to provide safe, efficient, and innovative solutions to the renewable energy industry in the United States."