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Sandvik to supply mechanical cutting machines to SUEK

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Global Mining Review,


Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology has secured a contract with SUEK (Sibirskaja Ugolnaja Energetitscheskaja Kompanija) for the supply of 12 mechanical cutting machines for various mines located in Siberia (Russia). 

Sandvik to supply mechanical cutting machines to SUEK

SUEK is one of the world’s leading coal producers, the largest coal producer, supplier and exporter in Russia, as well as a leading heat and electricity producer in Siberia.

 

The recently signed order at the end of October includes the delivery of 10 Sandvik MB670-1 Bolter Miners and 2 Sandvik MH621 Roadheaders – with an option for another 2 Sandvik MH621 Roadheaders. The new machines will provide improved reliability and operating performance for the mines along with a wide range of productivity features.

 

Delivery of all machines is scheduled for the second half of the year 2019.

 

“Sandvik was awarded the contract having delivered a good technical proposal to the customer, showing the ability to provide excellent technical solutions based on Sandvik's vast experience in designing bolter miners and roadheader in the area of mechanical cutting equipment", said Roman Tonyshev, Business Line Manager, Mechanical Cutting Division, Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology.

Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/mining/14122018/sandvik-to-supply-mechanical-cutting-machines-to-suek/

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