Barrus Logistics with cooperation of Barrus Projects successfully performed quite challenging delivery of over dimensional and heavy weight equipment of ASE (AtomStroyExport, part of RosAtom) for needs of Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant construction.
The company Barrus Projects completed the delivery of equipment for the complex under construction. Transportation began in September 2017 and lasted until the end of 2018. The total volume of the transported equipment amounted to 7,980 tons, 35,800 cubic meters.
As part of the construction of the Ruppur NPP, Barrus has delivered large-sized heavy equipment of the melt localization device by sea from the port of Novorossiysk to the port of Mongla/Chittagong, NRB, transshipment to barges and delivery to the river port on the Padma river, and then auto transportation to the construction site.
Barrus has delivered and installed large-sized equipment for the construction of an Arctic wind power plant located in a remote area of Yakutia with no transport infrastructure.
For successful execution of work on international transportation of equipment for the construction of Wind Power Plants on the territory of Russian Federation, company Barrus Projects admitted as a member of the Russian Association of Wind Power Industry.
As part of the project on transportation of OOG equipment for the construction of high-quality fuel plant "OLTIN YO'L GTL" (UzGTL), project team of Barrus Projects successfully performed shipment of 2 units of oversized equipment from Saint Petersburg for delivery to port of Kuryk, Republic of Kazakhstan.
As part of the project on transportation of OOG equipment for the construction of high-quality fuel plant "OLTIN YO'L GTL" (UzGTL), project team of Barrus Projects successfully performed shipment of 4 units of oversized equipment from Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation for delivery to port of Kuryk, Republic of Kazakhstan.
As part of the project on transportation of OOG equipment for the construction of high-quality fuel plant "OLTIN YO'L GTL" (UzGTL), project team of Barrus Projects successfully performed shipment of 4 units of oversized equipment from Volgograd, Russian Federation for delivery to port of Kuryk, Republic of Kazakhstan.
Specialists of the company Barrus Projects successfully completed transportation of one of the most critical cargoes (CO2 absorber) weighing 360 tons, with dimensions: 49,080mm x 6,100mm x 6,760mm to NavoiAzot JSC
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