Metso received an order for a Metso NW220GPD(TM) portable crushing and screening plant to be delivered to Saburkhan Technologies at Aktas, Saran city, Kazakhstan. This order is among the first containerized wheel-mounted crushing plants to be transported overseas. The innovative mobile features of the Metso NW220GPD(TM) allow the equipment to be dismantled and packed into standard sea containers for easier, faster and more cost-efficient transportation.
"We were looking for an affordable and user friendly solution that would also allow for efficiencies in our operations. The Metso NW220GPD(TM) portable crushing and screening plant was the right solution for us," says Berkut Mainin, Technical Director, Saburkhan Technologies.
The order will be included in Metso's Q4 2015 orders received. The value of the order is not disclosed. The delivery will take place by January, 2016.
About the new Metso NW Series
The revolutionary Metso NW Series crushing and screening plant allows customers to improve profitability at even the most challenging crushing sites and to move to the next site more easily than ever.
The combination of the Metso NW106(TM) primary jaw crushing plant and the NW220GPD(TM) secondary cone crushing plant with a large dual-slope screen has been optimized to be relocated regularly. Adequate features, like the hydraulically fine-adjustable support legs, hopper walls and screen lifting, will further facilitate fast installation and dismantling for frequent relocations. The associated conveyor in the rapid range has also been designed for easy and quick set up. The complete portable plant is very easy and safe to operate and maintain on site.
The Metso NW Series is the first and only wheel-mounted crushing plant on the market that fits compactly into standard 40 ft (12 m) containers so that it can be shipped quickly and cost efficiently overseas or by railway transportation. Therefore, in addition to helping customers achieve a rapid plant set up as well as easy and safe operations and maintenance on site, this innovative solution helps customers reduce the delivery time and the cost associated with ocean freight.
"At Metso, our goal is to provide our customers with cost-efficient solutions without compromising quality. The Metso NW Series crushing and screening plant offers Metso's well-known quality and safety standards at an affordable investment cost for our customers around the world. All of our customers - whether a contractor looking for frequent relocation of their portable plants or a quarry owner looking for easy and quick set up - will benefit from Metso's rapid portable solutions," says Eric Lavieville, Global Product Manager, Portable Plants, Metso.
Saburkhan Technologies was established more than 50 years ago and is now one of the major suppliers of Fe and Fe-Mn concentrates in Kazakhstan. The "Extraction of Fe-Mn ores on Big and Middle Ktay deposits" project, which includes solid minerals waste processing, is among the economic and social growth projects it is participating in the Karagandy region.
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