On February 4, specialists of OKB “Spetstyazhproekt” delivered 6 vehicles with equipment for PJSC “Novatek” to Ust-Luga. The shipments came from Japan, the Czech Republic and Italy.
Specialists of OKB Spetstyazhproekt delivered 2 sets of overhead cranes to the construction site of Kursk NPP-2.
“OKB Spetstyazhproekt” has successfully completed the project of moving 4 oversized heavyweight cargoes on the territory of “RN-Tuapse Refinery”.
Specialists of “OKB Spetstyazhproekt” transported 4 columns with a total weight of about 1160 tons on the territory of the “RN-Tuapse Refinery”.
Today, November 17, 2020 OKB «Spetstyazhproekt» LLC, which is part of the “Spetstyazhavtotrans” Group of Companies, completed the project of intra-plant transportation for the “Atommash» Branch of “IK AEM Technologies” JSC in city Volgodonsk.
«OKB Spetstyazhproekt» LLC delivered 5 heavy cargoes to the pier of the JSC «Volgogradneftemash» plant
On November 10, the specialists of «OKB Spetstyazhproekt» LLC have delivered to the pier of the «Volgogradneftemash» plant the last 5th cargo for PJSC «Tatneft» under the contract with «Navinia Rus» LLC. In scope of delivered equipment is a fractionating column weighing 237 tons (48.5 x 7.4 x 6.2 m) and 4 coking chambers weighing 254 tons (32.6 x 8.8 x 8.6 m).
On Tuesday, October 13, specialists of OKB “Spetstyazhproekt” delivered and unloaded 440 tons of equipment for Shchekinoazot at a temporary berthing facility in the village of Bunyrevo. The equipment is intended for the production of nitric acid with a capacity of 270 thousand tons per year and ammonium nitrate with a capacity of 340 thousand tons per year.
Specialist of Spetstyazhavtotrans Group Anton Ivanov spoke at the Breakbulk conference in St. Petersburg with a report on the specifics of equipment delivery to the Amur GPP.
OKB “Spetstyazhproekt” delivered a reactor vessel and 5 steam generators to the specialized berth in Volgodonsk. The equipment, manufactured by Atommash, is designed for the Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant (Bangladesh) and for The Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant (Turkey).
Spetstyazhavtotrans Group of companies completed the delivery of a 2020 batch of oversized heavyweight equipment for the Amur Gas Processing Plant.
On 12 August 2020, specialists of the Spetstyazhavtotrans Group of companies completed the unloading of oversized heavyweight equipment at the berth of the Amur Gas Processing Plant (currently under construction), thereby successfully completing the delivery planned for this year.
This batch consisted of 17 units of oversized heavyweight equipment with a total weight of 1873.4 tons. The heaviest cargo is a Cold Box unit (440432/34, type 30B), weighing 284.07 tons.
On July 4, specialists of OKB Spetstyazhproekt delivered the full volume of cargo from the MV Regine crane ship to the berth of Amur GPP.