Outotec has selected Nurminen Logistics, CEE member in Helsinki, Finland, as its partner for the concentrating plant delivery to the Russian city of Chelyabinsk. Outotec’s delivery comprises the planning of the entire concentrating plant, the principal process equipment for flotation and dehydration including 12 of the world’s largest TankCell® 300 flotation cells, the Proscon® automation system, instrumentation and electrification as well as spare parts and services for the supervision of installation, start-up and training. The equipment deliveries will take place in 2012 and 2013.
The Outotec delivery to Chelyabinsk is an important project for Nurminen. It contains transport both by railway and by road. The majority of the equipment will be loaded in Nurminen’s Hamina terminal which is an excellent loading location both geographically and in terms of its other attributes. Numerous special deliveries are linked to the project by both road and rail. Dozens of normal loads and container transports will also take place. Nurminen Logistics takes care of all the logistics, including, in addition to the transport, documentation, loading and other terminal work, such as the labelling of containers. The total volume of transports is approximately 17,000 m³.
Nurminen Logistics has been Outotec’s logistics partner several times before this project. In August–/September 2012, Nurminen delivered Outotec’s equipment (total volume slightly over 3,000 m³) from Estonia to Kotelnikovo in the Volgograd region.
Source: Cargo Equipment Experts, CEE