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Delivery of critical equipment to the construction site of the Adygea Wind Power Plant for NovaWindJSC


The complex of works on the transportation of the full volume of blades from Bangalore, India to the construction site of a wind farm in the Russian Federation has been successfully completed.

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Barrus Projects has become a member for Russia in the Project Logistics Alliance


Barrus Projects has become the Russian representative in the Project Logistics Alliance, an international alliance of project logistics experts.

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The first export of equipment to the construction site of the Akkuyu NPP in Turkey


The project team of Barrus Logistics together with Barrus Projects carried out the first export of equipment from the Russian Federation to the construction site of the Akkuyu NPP, Turkey

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In-plant relocation of VESTAS Nacelles for WTGs successfully completed


A set of works on in-plant relocation of Nacelles for WTGs has been completed at the production site of Liebherr.

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Barrus at the ARWE International Forum 2019


Barrus Projects team took part in the the All Renewable World Energy 2019 International Forum in Ulyanovsk on 22-24 May

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Successful completion of the first part of equipment delivery for UzGTL, Uzbekistan


As part of the project for transportation of OOG equipment for construction of the high-quality fuel plant "OLTIN YO'L GTL" (UzGTL), the Barrus Projects team has successfully performed the delivery of 5 units of oversized equipment from port of Kuryk, Republic of Kazakhstan to UzGTL job site in the Republic of Uzbekistan.

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BARRUS at the Breakbulk Europe 2019 Exhibition


Barrus Projects team took part in the Breakbulk Europe exhibition in Bremen from May 21-23.

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Port "Bronka" raises BARRUS flag


In honor of its oldest partner, the port of Bronka raised the Barrus flag.

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Project Logistics Alliance membership


Barrus Projects has become a member of Project Logistics Alliance.


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Northern Sea Route. Prospect of development.


Global warming is causing the melting of ice in the Arctic ocean, and areas previously difficult to navigate, are gradually opening up for shipping.