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New enterprise launched by ‘South Yakutia’

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SGT Vostok

The new enterprise, launched by the resident of the ‘South Yakutia’ Advanced Development Zone, became the "hundred and fourth" realized Far Eastern project

SGT Vostok LLC (SGT - Modern Mining Technologies) is established to service two ore-dressing complexes - Inaglinsky and Denisovsky. The enterprise will carry out contract mining works on preparation of coal mining, informs the Ministry for Development of Russian Far East.

As noted by the resident, it is the integrated approach that makes it possible to achieve the required volumes of production with the least expenditure of labor and material resources. At the same time, the safety of conducting production processes in open-pits is increased.

"A distinctive advantage of our company is the supply of not only certain types of mining operations: drilling wells for preparation of seams to blasting, excavation, transportation, road maintenance and dumping, but also complex solutions that include a full cycle of mining operations for open fields," says Evgeny Belous, General Director of SGT Vostok.

Within the framework of the investment project, 23 units of mining equipment were purchased in the amount of 441 million rubles. Bulldozers, drilling rigs, excavators, Komatsu and Atlas Copco mining dump trucks are already involved in the preparation, overburden and transportation of rock mass. 152 workplaces were created at the enterprise to carry out these works.

At the second stage, it is planned to purchase mining equipment for the renewal of the quarry dump truck fleet, as well as the subsequent renovation of the entire technopark. The total volume of capital investments in the project will exceed 1.9 billion rubles.

The project also provides for the supply of spare parts, consumables and maintenance of the mining equipment.

The new enterprise will conduct work in the eastern part of the Western section of the Chulmakan coal field near Neryungri. The resident plans to annually procure 10.8 million cubic meters of ore per year, and to further increase volumes up to 13 million.