Special equipment and heavy haulage

Heavy loads and limited space can require alternative moving and lifting techniques. Self-propelled modular transporters (SPMT) are able to move components weighing thousands of tons. Havator’s skidding operations provide an excellent method of moving products from one transportation solution to another, or placing special-transported industry equipment in their final destination with the help of skid tracks, hydraulic or wire jacks or air cushions. Havator’s versatile range of heavy haulage services and strong engineering know-how complement lifting services.

•Important service supplementing crane services

•Used in situations where ordinary cranes are inadequate or cannot be used due to confined space.

•Modern methods to ensure safety and economical feasibility

•Thorough planning and design paramount for success


Delivering heavy components from manufacturers’ factories to customers’ building sites and lifting them onto their mountings are often the most challenging tasks in a project. Havator’s tailored logistics enable us to provide a comprehensive service covering everything from shipping and handling in harbors to transporting components to building sites and lifting or jacking them onto their mountings. Havator’s logistics projects are run by our own experienced project managers.

Havator Engineering

Havator Engineering is the planning department of the group, employing professionals in logistics, mechanical engineering and construction engineering. Havator Engineering is able to provide answers to challenging transportation, lifting and installation problems and find the most suitable technical solutions to each task at hand. Havator takes care of the heaviest transportations utilising the SPMT or Hydrospex equipment. Havator Engineering provides one of the most comprehensive services in Northern Europe.



Havator speciality is all-in project solutions in collaboration with skilled partners.​

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Customized transportation solutions and skilled staff ensure the success of large-scale transportations.

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