Corum Shakhtspetsbud, a part of Corum Group, has completed the reinforcement of the main shaft of the Nui Beo mine of Vinacomin Coal Corporation (Vietnam), finishing the largest Corum project for building vertical mine shafts, implemented from scratch, the press service of the company has said.
“The complexity of the project and its successful implementation allow Corum Shakhtspetsbud to stand side by side with the companies that have many years of experience in the mine industry,” the company believes.
The project envisaged the implementation of work on the mining and reinforcement of two vertical shafts – the main and auxiliary shafts – six meters in diameter and 417 and 389 meters in depth respectively.
“Based on specific operating conditions, the service life of the mine shaft and the construction budget, we have chosen the most reliable and technological design with the development of our own installation technology,” Director of Corum Shakhtspetsbud Oleksiy Zhytnyk said.
Corum Group unites the engineering assets of System Capital Management (SCM) financial and industrial group belonging to Rinat Akhmetov. The company is one of the largest manufacturers of equipment and suppliers of integrated solutions in the field of mining. (Interfax-Ukraine/Ukrainian metal)