Ganz EEG launches delivery of pumps to Belarus nuclear power plant
Hungarian engineering company Ganz EEG has initiated the delivery of ten high-performance pumps to a nuclear power plant under construction in Belarus, Ganz EEG said yesterday, according to Hungarian news agency MTI.
Workers at the Ganz Engineering and Energetics Machinery factory on March 16. (Photo: MTI/Zsolt Szigetváry)
The pumps, which Ganz EEG started making last June, will be delivered by the end of March.
Ganz EEG is a joint venture owned 51%-49% by Russiaʼs Rosatom and Hungaryʼs Ganz Holding, respectively.
Last year, the JV had revenue of HUF 950 million, and turnover is expected to rise this year, judging from order stock, Ganz EEG said.
The company employs 150 people.
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