Deep South combines the right tools with the right talent to offer a range of services. We offer free consultations and quotes to determine the best path forward for your job. Our services and equipment include:

  • Daily Lifting/Crane Rentals
  • Turnkey Solutions
  • Heavy Haul/Heavy Lift
  • Specialty Equipment
  • Rigging Services
  • Bare Rentals
  • 24-hour Rapid Response

Contact the Deep South Cartagena Office

Km 15 vía Mamonal – Gambote, Cartagena, Colombia  |  P: +57 314-344-4768


In 2012, Deep South Crane & Rigging, LLC formed a sister company, DS Americas to focus on serving both the Latin American and Canadian markets. Drawing on Deep South's many years of experience, DS Americas provides unique, timely and safe turnkey heavy lift and transport solutions in the petrochemical, energy and heavy industrial sectors.



Cantilever Bar Approach Helps Ease Exchangers Into Place

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Cantilever Bar Approach Helps Ease Exchangers Into Place

Deep South used a cantilever beam (also commonly referred to as a cantilever bar), which incorporates a compact counterweight design with customizable rigging attachment points, to move eight 118,000-pound exchangers into position under an existing steel structure at a refinery optimization project in the Southwest.

Heavy Transport Project over Steep Bridge

Making the Grade - A Steep Bridge Requires Deep South to Power Up

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Making the Grade - A Steep Bridge Requires Deep South to Power Up

Deep South loaded, secured, and transported four pressure vessels from a fabrication shop to a petrochemical facility using a combination of Scheuerle SPMTs, a 500-ton hydraulic gantry, and Goldhofer Dual Lane trailers.

A Marathon Job, Literally

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A Marathon Job, Literally

As seen in American Cranes and Transport Magazine

Transforming a 200-acre sugarcane field in Garyville, LA into a state-of-the-art refinery required a $3.8 billion investment and the work of a cadre of contractors with expertise that spanned the entire spectrum of engineering, construction, and rigging. Construction on the Marathon GME project started in March of 2007, and by December of 2009 the refinery was mechanically complete.

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