Case Study | Mammoet: Transforming the business to reduce cost and boost flexibility and security


Industry: Logistics, Heavy Lifting Services

Challenge: Improving the speed and efficiency of their services by strengthening on-site connectivity, with firewalls embedded into each site to maintain network security.

Solution: Implementing a global Adaptive Network Security (ANS) backbone to connect Mammoet's locations around the world. Each of the 60+ customer sites can be easily and quickly linked to the corporate network using locally procured internet lines.

The customer: experts in heavy lifting and transport

Mammoet is a global company providing solutions for lifting, transporting, installing and decommissioning large and heavy structures. It works across a variety of sectors including oil and gas, mining, wind power and construction, and has around 5,000 employees across approximately 90 locations.

This highly specialised work often takes place in remote areas of places such as Siberia, Canada and Australia, and under harsh conditions. In 2016, for example, Mammoet installed an arch over the Chernobyl nuclear reactor. This protective covering is the world's largest moveable land-based structure.

Like many organisations, Mammoet is seeking to transform the way it operates to improve efficiency and customer service and remain competitive in a tough global business environment.

To read more on Mammoet’s challenge and CenturyLink’s solution, find our full case study here.


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