Mammoth Hydraulics is a Design and Manufacturing Corporation within the Mining and Drilling Industry, creating a dynamic presence in the International Market.
The Mammoth Breakout Wrench drew attention to our Innovative yet uncomplicated approach to problem solving within the global market when we first introduced it in 1999.
Development and product refinement and improvement is a continuous process in the business.
Our product development drive has been shaped and guided by the requirements, needs and frustrations gleaned from our clients in the global Market. This has led us to develop a reasonably priced range of durable, cost effective products in the various sectors of the mining industry. They were designed for : improving safety ; simplifying operation ; lowering maintenance costs.
Our vision is to be a well established brand in the Mining and Drilling Industry, leading the way through Safety, Quality, Service, and Price, driven by Ethical standards and time tested values.
Mammoth Hydraulics takes responsibility for all the phases of the process including conceptualization, market research, design, manufacturing and testing, through to distribution and service. All manufacturing (including process manufacturing) is done in-house.
To produce better products that are affordable, safer to use and easier to work with. Better. Affordable. Safer. Easier
We are committed to legal & ethical compliance in all our business practices. We also support the goal of ending the violence & human rights violations associated with the mining of gold & tin, tantalum & tungsten (“Conflict Minerals”) that prompted the United States Congress to pass legislation in 2010 mandating reporting & public disclosure related to the sourcing of Conflict Minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo & surrounding countries (“DRC”). The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) has issued rules implementing these reporting & disclosure requirements, as well as associated guidance. We are committed to complying with these rules & the associated guidance.
In support of our commitment to ethical business practices and to comply with the U.S. Conflict Minerals legislation and SEC rules, we have initiated and will continue appropriate due diligence efforts within our supply chain to identify the source of any Conflict Minerals in materials, parts and components we procure to manufacture our products. Further, we expect our suppliers to adhere to the same principles with respect to their sourcing and supply chains.