On February 21 at SIBUR in Moscow the Russian-European Dialogue was held – a conference with the participation of the delegation of the European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC), members of the RCU Board of Directors, representatives of Russian and foreign chemical companies.
Chair of the Board of the “Spetstyazhavtotrans” Group of companies Sergey Tropin addressed “HEAVY RUSSIA 2018” Conference
On November 16, the 10th anniversary of an international conference HEAVY RUSSIA was held at the congress-center “Infospace”. The event is considered the main event of the year for all those involved in the transportation and installation of heavy and oversized cargoes. Sergey Lvovich Tropin, General Director of “Spetstyazhavtotrans”, the first company in the oversized heavy cargo transportation industry in the USSR, gave an interesting report on the largest projects of the 70s-90s of the last century and on the history of the company.
The second serial universal nuclear-powered icebreaker of the project 22220 “Ural”, thanks to specialists from the Spetstyazhavtotrans Group of companies and JSC “Baltiysky Zavod”, got a “heart”, in this case even two. Complicated work on the installation of two nuclear reactors RITM-200 weighing 200 tons has been completed.
“Spetstyazhavtotrans” Group of companies, represented by the Head of Sales Irina Tropina, took part in the 11th Russian-German Commodities Forum
The 11th Russian-German Commodities Forum under the patronage of the Prime Minister of Brandenburg, Dr. Dietmar Woidke was held in Potsdam from 6 to 8 November 2018. Irina Tropina, the Head of Sales of “Spetstyazhavtotrans” Group of companies, took part in the Forum.
October 29, the operator of the competition “5 stars Leaders of the chemical industry” – NGES “Engineering” (one of the companies Spetstyazhavtotrans Group of Companies) congratulated and awarded the winners at the Chemistry-2018 exhibition at Expocentre, within the framework of the VI Moscow International Chemical Forum.
Irina Tropina, the Head of Sales of “Spetstyazhavtotrans” Group of companies, took part in the First Forum of Interregional Cooperation between the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Russian Federation
On October 18, the First Forum of Interregional Cooperation between the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Russian Federation, organized by the Ministries and departments of Uzbekistan and Russia, took place in Tashkent. Irina Tropina, the Head of Sales of “Spetstyazhavtotrans” Group of companies, visited Uzezpocenter – the main exhibition platform of Uzbekistan.
OKB “Spetstyazhproekt” completed the project of equipment transportation for LLC “Afipsky Refinery”.
October 15, 2018 OKB “Spetstyazhproekt” completed a large-scale project for the transportation of equipment for LLC “Afipsky Refinery”. The company delivered 56 pieces of equipment with a total weight of more than 6000 tons to the construction site of the refinery by sea, river and road transport. The maximum load weight reached 735 tons, and the length – 60 meters.
“Spetstyazhavtotrans” Group of companies has completed water part of transportation of the equipment for the modernization of the Afipsky refinery.
On 25th of August 2018, “Spetstyazhavtotrans” Group of companies (OKB “Spetstyazhproekt”) has delivered the last shipment of cargo to a specialized berth and successfully completed water transportation of the equipment for the modernization of the production complex of the Afipsky Refinery.
On July 10, an 830-ton demethanizer installation, delivered to the town of Svobodny by ‘OKB ‘Spetstyazhproekt’, was launched at the Amur Gas Processing Plant.
– Of course, installing a demethanizer column is a significant event for the whole project. Today we are moving to a new stage – we began to install heavy equipment. The work may not be the most difficult, but technologically, certainly, the most responsible, – commented the director of the project of construction of licensed installations Pavel Shibalov.
‘Spetstyazhavtotrans’ group of companies has delivered the first part of oversize equipment for Amur GPP
830-ton demethanizer, manufactured in South Korea, arrived in Svobodny. The cargo passed 284 km by sea from the port of De-Kastri to Nikolaevsk-on-Amur, 2000 km along the Amur River to Blagoveshchensk and 212 km along the Zeya River to a temporary berth near Svobodny.