Mammoet moving Duke Power Generator thru Greenwood & Ware Shoals, SC From Japan

Mammoet moving huge Duke Power generator from Charleston to North Carolina....

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Heavy Equipment Transport MAMMOET
Mammoet was founded in 1973, specialised in heavy transport over water and roads. In 2001 it was taken over by Van Seumeren transport. The name Mammoet became the name for the new company. The daughter company Mammoet Shipping was sold to Spliethoff and was renamed BigLift Shipping. It raised the Russian submarine Kursk. The company is experienced in the offshore, petrochemical, and construction industries, the latter of which includes rapid bridge replacement using Self Propelled Modular Transporter vehicles.

The Stator Generator....biggest object ever moved on south carolina roads.
Started in Tokyo, barged over to Charleston, SC. 750 ft. long, 14 ft. wide, 2.4 million lbs, 4 semi's, 576 wheels, 250 million dollars for generator. Average speed 5 mph. Moving through Greenville, SC on HWY 25 in route to the cliffs @ glassy. ballers 4 real...

1 million pound generator part passes through Upstate SC
Duke Energy's 1 million pound generator part and trailer passes through Upstate SC @ 9:00 AM Sunday Dec. 6th on SC Hwy 11 @ Swofford Vocational School in Inman SC.

Mammoet makes Guiness Book of Records
We shot this film a few years ago for the company Mammoet. It shows how they moved the BP Clair module on to a barge. This film helped Mammoet to gain world record status from the Guinness Book of Records as it was the heaviest offshore module to ever be moved on wheels.