Business news from Ukraine

MANUFACTURER OF GRAIN PROCESSING EQUIPMENT OLIS OPENS GRAIN WORKSHOP IN POLTAVA REGION

A manufacturer of grain processing and grain cleaning equipment, Olis LLC (Odesa), has built and put into operation a grain workshop of its production Optimatic K-15 in Poltava region.
“Good news not only for Olis as a manufacturer and supplier of grain processing equipment, but also for the region, where, thanks to a quality grain workshop, there will be no shortage of cereals. After all, local food production is very important today,” the machine-building company wrote on Facebook on Wednesday.
According to it, Optimatik K-15 is an aggregate universal grain mill designed for production of wheat, barley, pearl barley, peas, corn and millet.
A unit with a rated power of 30 kW/h can process 400-600 kg of millet, pearl barley or corn, or 700-800 kg of wheat, barley or peas per hour.
As reported, Olis resumed the work of its plant in Odesa region at the end of March and resumed the manufacture of equipment under new and previously concluded contracts.
Olis produces about 200 items of equipment for the grain processing industry. The enterprise is able to produce grain cleaning complexes, mills and grain workshops from the stage of technology development to commissioning of facilities.
The company’s products are exported to more than 25 countries around the world.

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UKRAINE RECEIVED FIRE AND RESCUE EQUIPMENT FROM AUSTRIA

11 units of fire and rescue equipment, five resuscitation vehicles, as well as equipment and machinery from Austria have arrived in Ukraine, the State Emergency Service reports.
“11 units of fire and rescue equipment and five reanimobiles arrived in Ukraine today. They were provided by the emergency services of Vienna. In addition to equipment, a lot of other equipment and equipment arrived, which is so necessary for our victory over the Russian occupiers,” reads a message published in telegram channel.
It is emphasized that “all this valuable technical assistance will be able to strengthen the combat capability of the units of the State Emergency Service of those regions that are working to eliminate fires and emergencies caused by the war.”

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ZAPOROZHYE FOUNDRY AND MECHANICAL PLANT MASTERS PRODUCTION OF EQUIPMENT FOR MINING AND PROCESSING PLANTS

LLC “Zaporizhzhya Casting and Mechanical Plant” (ZLMZ), created on the basis of the production workshops of the department of the chief mechanic of PJSC “Zaporizhstal”, which is part of the Metinvest group, in record time, together with the Kryvyi Rih Mechanical Repair Plant, mastered the production of equipment for mining and processing plants (GOKov).
According to the company’s information, now ZLMZ will produce butars for mills for ore processing plants (ROF). Already in June, it is planned to produce seven such products for the company’s mining enterprises.
Andrey Khrapach, ZLMZ’s chief machining specialist, explained that earlier this equipment was purchased from third-party organizations.
“Butara is a conical drum that is used at mining and processing plants for grinding and sorting material. One product that we are currently working on will go to the Ingulets mining and processing plant. Previously, other enterprises supplied butars. But we are striving to develop new products. The product was developed together with colleagues from the Krivoy Rog Mechanical Plant in a very short time. Kryvyi Rih specialists developed a drawing, and we made a metal product. Two such drums are already in operation by miners, we received positive feedback,” Khramach said, quoted by the press service.
According to him, it took ZLMZ specialists less than three months from the idea to the final result. Two such butars of Zaporozhye production have already been installed at the ROF InGOK. ZLMZ produced two more similar butars for this enterprise. The plans are to increase the volume of production of these products. Currently, ZLMZ has already received an order and plans to manufacture seven more such products within a month.

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DANISH COMPANY DONATES EQUIPMENT TO UKRAINE TO REPAIR WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS

The Danish company Aarsleff Pipe Technologies, engaged in trenchless rehabilitation and repair of pipelines, has handed over equipment to Ukraine for the repair of water supply and drainage systems in war-affected areas, the press service of the Ministry for Communities and Territories Development of Ukraine has reported.
According to the report, equipment worth UAH 1.2 million was delivered to Zhytomyr, Malyn, Berdychiv, Korosten (all in Zhytomyr region), Kramatorsk (Donetsk region), Mykolaiv, Kharkiv and Sumy.
Earlier, Aarsleff and the Ministry for Communities and Territories Development agreed to supply equipment valued at EUR 400,000.
Aarsleff Pipe Technologies is engaged in trenchless pipeline renewal. The company is listed on Nasdaq Copenhagen A/S and the group has annual revenue of EUR 1.6 billion.

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INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS TO HELP UKRAINIAN OPERATORS TO PURCHASE EQUIPMENT TO UPGRADE COMMUNICATIONS

International partners will help Ukrainian operators to purchase the necessary equipment to upgrade communications in Ukraine.
As reported by the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine in its Telegram channel, due to large-scale hostilities, the Russian invaders damaged the network of Ukrainian telecom operators, which left people in many settlements without access to the Internet.
“International partners will help operators purchase the necessary equipment to update communications in Ukraine. The first equipment will begin arriving in Ukraine in the middle of April. This is a completely volunteer initiative of volunteers who are making every effort to keep Ukrainians access to important information,” the Ministry of Digital Transformation said.
The project is implemented by the Global NOG Alliance initiative with the participation and support of the Ministry of Digital Development, industry associations of the Association of Copyright Holders and Content Providers, the Internet Association of Ukraine and DEPS.
The Ministry of Digital Transformation said that Ukrainian operators continue to provide services every day in regions where it is possible, and resume Internet access for Ukrainians.
“In order to help provide Internet to all settlements faster, we are launching the Keep Ukraine Connected project,” the ministry said.

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POLISH COMPANIES PROVIDE UKRAINE WITH EQUIPMENT TO RESTORE ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE

Companies belonging to the Polish Electricity Transmission and Distribution Association have provided Ukraine with auxiliary materials and equipment to carry out work to restore the energy infrastructure damaged as a result of Russian aggression, according to the website of the Ministry of Energy of Ukraine on Tuesday.
“Due to the destruction caused by the hostilities, we see the need to support the energy system with materials and equipment, which will allow the resumption of electricity supplies in the most strategic directions,” president of the Polish Electricity Transmission and Distribution Association Robert Zasina said in a letter to the Minister of Energy of Ukraine, cited by the department.
As explained in the energy department, members of the association launched a campaign to help Ukraine last week. Among the equipment provided are the most necessary, in particular low and medium voltage cables with auxiliary materials, medium/low voltage transformers, power generators and other types of equipment.
“I would like to express my special personal gratitude to Minister of Climate and Environment of Poland, Anna Moskwa, for her unwavering support for Ukraine, both on the political front and for real actions to strengthen our energy security,” Herman Haluschenko said.
According to the Ministry of Energy, the Polish energy sector will send the next batch of aid to the Ukrainian energy sector in the near future.
Transportation of goods for Ukraine is coordinated and organized by the Polish Government Agency for Strategic Reserves.

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