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Mammoet Successfully Transports 10.5m Diameter Ducts for Tata Steel Nederland

In an endeavor to curb emissions, the Netherlands is now home to the largest vacuum cleaner ever built. This mammoth dedusting installation promises to dramatically reduce environmental pollution, with an estimated 80% decrease in emissions.

The project, spearheaded by Mammoet, a global leader in heavy lifting and transport solutions, has reached a pivotal milestone with the successful transportation and assembly of 10.5-meter diameter ducts at the Tata Steel Nederland site. This achievement marks a significant step forward in the quest for sustainable industrial practices.

Mammoet’s expert team orchestrated the transportation of these colossal ducts with precision and finesse. Utilizing a combination of two mobile cranes and a formidable crawler crane, the components were carefully maneuvered into place, laying the groundwork for the installation of the innovative dedusting system.

The implications of this colossal endeavor are profound. By harnessing the power of advanced technology, Tata Steel Nederland aims to minimizing its environmental footprint. The significance of this project extends far beyond the borders of the Netherlands. In an era where environmental concerns are at the forefront of global discourse, initiatives such as this serve as beacons of hope, demonstrating the feasibility of sustainable solutions in heavy industry.


As the world grapples with the urgent need to mitigate climate change, collaborative efforts between industry leaders and innovative solutions providers become increasingly crucial, driving progress towards a greener, more sustainable future.

The journey towards sustainability is an ongoing endeavor. As the Netherlands celebrates the completion of its largest vacuum cleaner, the world watches with anticipation, eager to witness the ripple effects of this transformative initiative.

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