Our specialists will help you in choosing hoses and couplings for your needs

Our assembly and crimping line can create and test hoses with a diameter of up to 6 “and over 2000 bar working pressure. This assembly line is equipped with professional cutting, grinding, cleaning, inserting and crimping equipment. Definitely able to provide the hose you need right now.

Do you need one or more hydraulic hoses, but there is no way you can move to us?

There is no problem, we have a solution for this too. Our intervention team is always on the move. We can come and deliver the hoses you need or we can build them directly at your location thanks to our mobile workshop.

Do you need a full service?

What do you say to a team that can locate the problem of the hydraulic system, repair the damaged parts, or screw and mount the necessary hoses? Our specialists can serve and maintain lifting equipment from a range that ranges from: a hydraulic distributor, a piston or lift, continuing with jacks and cranes.

Equipment & Brain Power

Getting the job done!

Monsson Logistic’s mission is to become the most complete and powerful service provider in the field of controlled and hydraulic outsourcing.

We always deliver the promised result. You will always find the right tool and the right mentality. There are no issues that can not be solved, but only situations with multiple ways of solving. Your situation becomes our concern.

Equipment and Intelligence.

Crimping for any industry

We can crimping and replace hoses up to 6 “diameter and 1500 bar working pressure for any industry, including from agriculture to drilling machines and wind turbines.


Recently completed projects

Constanta Shipyard
Monsson Logistic had successfully ended the work in Constanta Shipyard!
This work was about raising the four propeller blades of a ship from Constanta Shipyard (CNS) and it was completed in full emergency mode – 3 hours from the request.

According to the assemblage procedure Of the propellers manufacture, the maximum torque used of 25.000 Nm.

What meant this work in numbers?
3 technicians, 1 coordinator
8 hours of work
Raising the 4-bladed propeller at JSC Levante

Brazi Rafinery
2016 overhaul of Brazi Rafinery, under the signature Monsson Logistic!
Between May 27 to June 19 a team of Monsson technicians specialized in raising controlled was concentrated, in unit RC2, and took care of the overhaul of four reactors, 21 heat exchangers and other critical equipment, next to COMREP, company authorized and specialized in petrochemical industry.

What meant this work in numbers?
– 17 technicians, one SSm supervisor and two Project Managers
– 3200 hours of work
– Nearly 2 tons of equipment for controlled tightening flanges and joints in: keys and hydraulic pumps, flanges separating devices cut nuts.

A new work was finished by Monsson Logistics!
In late January, Monsson Logistic team had performed a new work, this time being about catching the tensioning three manholes covers from Schrubber NAG.

What this work meant in numbers?
– Three men:two technicians and one team coordinator
– 8 hours working
– Tensioning devices 12 1 7/8 “from SPX
– 1 pump tensioner PE8XXXL SPX – 1500 bar

Petromidia Platform
Overhauled of the Petromidia Platform was ended successfully by Monsson Logistics!
Monsson Logistics was subcontracted by IREM, one of the largest service providers in the mechanical works in the oil industry in Romania, to achieve the main factories reassembly facilities hydrocracker and hydrogen production.

What this work meant in numbers ?
– 6 people distributed in two shifts
– 1350 hours
– 70 bulletins grip and working procedures developed internally
In October and November 2015, the team conducted Logistic raising Monsson controlled flanged joints for the main plants (heat exchangers, columns, vessels and reactors).

Vega Rafinery
Monsson Logistic has successfully completed a new work!
A Monsson Logistic team consisting of 6 technicians and 1 coordinator went to the Vega Refinery in Ploiesti in May!

Here, they successfully completed the revision of the hydrogenation and normal hexane plant and the fleet of equipment used consisted of both normal and low-profile hydraulic spanners as well as precision electric wrenches and very high speeds.

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