At the Chemical Convention of 2019, the European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC) noted with a special prize the methodology for assessing the effectiveness of enterprises, developed jointly by NGES Engineering and D. Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, with the support of the Russian Chemists Union.
NGES Engineering participates in the awards ceremony of the All-Russian industry contest “5 Stars. Leader of the chemical industry”
The winners of the contest “5 stars. Leader in the chemical industry” have been awarded on September 16 at the exhibition “Chemistry-2019”, at the VII Moscow International Chemical Forum
The contest “5 stars. Leader of the chemical industry” was organized by the Russian Chemists Union, with the support of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia. The contest is operated by NGES Engineering, Ltd. (part of Spetstyazhavtotrans Group of companies).
Spetstyazhavtotrans Group of companies completed the delivery of a 2019 batch of oversized heavyweight equipment for the Amur Gas Processing Plant.
On 27 August 2019, 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 54 units of oversized heavyweight equipment with a total weight of 5432.6 tons. The heaviest cargo is NRU Column 1, weighing 866.7 tons.
The first barge with a new batch of oversized heavyweight equipment is moored to the berth of the Amur GPP under construction.
“Despite the fact that the Amur Region and Khabarovsk Territory have been in emergency state caused by a flood in the Zeya River basin since the end of July, and also despite the forced stoppage of barge traffic due to the flooding of the berth at the Amur GPP, we managed to catch up with the work schedule of equipment delivery. Today, the first cargo was transferred to the customer. We met the 25-day delivery time, according to the contract”, said Dmitry Metelitsyn, project manager for equipment delivery for the Amur Gas Processing Plant, Spetstyazhavtorans Group of Companies.
Specialists OKB “Spetstyazhproekt” finished loading a large heavy equipment for the Amur GPP. The last three barges left the port of De-Kastri on July 27-28.
“Spetstyazhavtotrans” Group of companies has begun a new phase of equipment delivery for the Amur GPP.
OOO NLK and OKB Spetstyazhproekt (both companies are part of the “Spetstyazhavtotrans” Group of companies) have begun a new phase of delivery of large-sized equipment for the Amur GPP.
On July 11, in Nizhnekamsk, specialists of the OKB “Spetstyazhproekt” began preparatory work on the reconstruction of Overpass 45A (426mm and 1020mm).
Overpass 45A is one of the objects in the project on the arrangement of the route with the aim of further transportation of large-sized heavy equipment from the Dock Camera to the installation site of the Ethylene-600 plant of PJSC «Nizhnekamskneftekhim».
On June 28, “OKB Spetstyazhproekt” and “OOO NLK” (both members of the “Spetstyazhavtotrans” Group of Companies) completed the delivery of the first batch of oversized heavyweight equipment in 2019 to the berth of the Amur GPP.
The first batch of equipment from South Korea was unloaded from a crane vessel to a barge in the seaport of De-Kastri. Equipment is now in Khabarovsk. The barges will arrive to plant’s berth by the end of June.
On May 25, in St. Petersburg, «Ural», the second serial universal nuclear icebreaker (project 22220), was launched.
This is a unique ship of a new generation, designed for the development of the Northern Sea Route.