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Mammoet starts investigation of patent infringement by Huisman and BMS

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Mammoet is investigating the possible violation of its intellectual property rights by Huisman and BMS.

The investigation concerns the recently announced series of land cranes, including a 3000-ton ring crane, by Huisman and BMS.

If any violations are apparent, Mammoet will take steps to actively enforce its legal rights in any and all applicable jurisdictions.

Huisman and BMS crane (left), Mammoet SK350 crane (right). Huisman and BMS crane (left), Mammoet SK350 crane (right).

As the global leader in heavy lifting and transport, Mammoet drives innovation in the industry. This includes major developments such as SPMT trailers, hydraulic skid systems, Mega Jack series and containerized (ring) cranes.

This innovation is one of the foundations of Mammoet’s business and therefore any violation of its rights, including its intellectual property, will be pursued via legal enforcement.

Mammoet helps clients with Smarter, Safer and Stronger solutions to any heavy lifting or transport challenge. We aim to develop long term relationships in order to understand their businesses and challenges best, so we can realize the most efficient and cost-effective approaches. We have a unique global network and an unparalleled fleet of equipment. Through deep and longstanding engineering expertise and the highest quality and safety standards in execution we bring an intelligent and flexible approach to projects across a wide breadth of industry sectors. Clients trust us to help them achieve feats that were once considered impossible, and we have often broken records in doing so.

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