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  • 23/11/2012
    The Energy Investment Company Launched a New Product - BKO (25-100) Lump Brown Coal
  • 29/10/2012
    The Energy Investment Company Opened a New Iskrenne Railway Station of the Odesa Railway for Brown Coal Transport Operations
  • 25/10/2012
    The Energy Investment Company Has Complete Overburden Works at the Brown Coal Deposit
  • 26/09/2012
    The Energy Investment Company Took Part in the Energy in Industry 2012 Exhibition

 

     

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The Energy Investment Company is announcing a tender for extraction and transportation of brown coal.

 
Subject of Purchase
 
Services and provision of special equipment for burden removal, extraction of brown coal, loading and transloading of brown coal.
 
Statement of Work
 
1.Overburden Operations 100000 cub.m./month, transportation to inside dump included, distance of 1 km.
2.Extraction Works, 30000 MT/month, transportation to warehouse included, distance of 1 km.
3.Transportation of Brown Coal, 30000 MT/month from warehouse to railway station, distance of 30 km.
 
Requirements to Equipment
 
1. Overburden Operations:
- Articulated hauler, load-carrying ability  starting from 30 MT. 
- Hydraulic hauler, bucket capacity starting from 3 cubic meters. 
- Bulldozer, blade width starting from 3,5 meters.
 
2. Extraction Works: 
- Hauler, load-carrying ability  starting from 30 MT.
- Hydraulic hauler, bucket capacity starting from 2,5 cubic meters.
 
3. Transportation of Brown Coal:
- Hauler, load-carrying ability  starting from 30 MT.
 
4. Loading of brown coal from warehouse:
- Loader, bucket capacity starting from 3,5 cubic meters.
 
5. Loading of brown coal into railcars at railway station:
- Loader, bucket capacity starting from 3,5 cubic meters.
 
The Energy Investment Company also announces a tender for underground survey.
 
Please, send you application for tender documents to:
The Energy Investment Company
04071, Kyiv, 28-b Yaroslavska St..
 
e-mail: eiclawyerr@i.ua
tel. +38(096)-551-63-29 
Stanislav V. Khudenko (Chief Engineer)