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Hindustan Zinc and Normet sign four-year service contract

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Global Mining Review,


Normet and Hindustan Zinc Ltd have signed a comprehensive four-year cost per hour (CPH) service contract covering all Normet equipment in Hindustan Zinc Ltd’s mines in Rajasthan, India.

The value of the contract will be approximately €60 million over the four years’ time. Operational and service improvements are part of the contract. Additionally, Normet has built a new service centre in Jaipur. Development of services and training of both Hindustan Zinc and Normet staff is also included.

Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/finance-business/18122018/hindustan-zinc-and-normet-sign-four-year-service-contract/

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