|20 October, 2009
MZT Pumpi included in the project for environmental protection from the sewage water in the mine Buchim
MZT Pumpi has signed an agreement with Euroing – Gevgelija for mutual cooperation in a form of consortium for execution of System for water supply and dewatering in the mine Buchim, in Radovish, in the South-Eastern part in the Republic of Macedonia.
MZT Pumpi will manufacture, transport and assembly the necessary equipment and will also perform all the electrical works, needed for uninterrupted functioning of 2 pump stations.
The main investor of the project is United Nations Development Program (UNDP), and it is planned to be realized by the end of February 2010.
As a supplement of this project, MZT Pumpi has signed another agreement with the mine Buchim – Radovish for production and assembly of 2 types of booster sets (each having 4 different types of pumps) for transport of water with Ph12.
|26 October, 2009||
Production and assembly of masts
Government of the Republic of Macedonia has signed an agreement with MZT Pumpi for production and assembly of new masts on different locations throughout the territory of Republic of Macedonia.
MZT Pumpi will manufacture and assembly 50 new masts of 30m height, and will also dislocate 8 existing masts throughout the country.
This project should start by the beginning of November 2009 and will be realized within a period of one month.
|03 November, 2009||
MZT Pumpi – part of the project for revitalization of the Serbian hating plants
EL-TEC MULEJ – Slovenia as a subcontractor in the project for revitalization of the Serbian heating plants has ordered from MZT Pumpi 6 systems of screw spindle pumps with filter for unloading and transport of masut. The pumps are designed with a capacity range 60-300 l/min, average pressure of 10 bar and temperature up to 110°C.
The pumps should be delivered by mid-January 2010. After the delivery of the pumps, EL-TEC MULEJ will be responsible for installation of the pumps in the facilities of Serbian heating plants in several cities throughout the country.
The project is being financed by KFW Bank.