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The line of pump units has been launched in Smolensk region
 

05.09.2016 The line of pump units has been launched in Smolensk region

The line of pump units has been launched in Smolensk region

The assembly line of pump Warman units has been opened at the electric machine engineering plant Ruselprom-SEZ in Safonovo of Smolensk region.

LLC Weir Mineralz RFZ, a subsidiary enterprise of the world leader in the field of production of the slurry equipment Weir Minerals, has opened a branch on product picking under the brand. Ruselprom actively participates in policy of import substitution and a work with the British colleagues has become one more direction for the company. The concern has been carrying out the delivery of electric motors for the pump motors Warman for several years.

It is planned that the assembly line of pump units will grow in independent business unit with a full cycle of production. It is promoted by the favorable currency situation which has developed in the market for production of the Russian production on domestic market and for export.

- The pumps Warman are a powerful brand which is associated also at top management of mining and processing works, and at working personnel with high quality. Ruselprom has technological production base and powerful design potential. The close neighbourhood of our enterprises is an opportunity to offer the market high-quality pump units at reasonable price, - the executive director of LLC Ruselprom Stanislav Scherbakov emphasizes.

The concern Ruselprom is one of the largest producers and suppliers of electrical machines in Russia. The concern enters in top-400 of the largest companies of the country in RAEKS rating, following the results of 2015 it is the leader in export of electric motors. Every third induction electric motor in Russia is manufactured at the plants of the concern.

LLC Ruselprom-Safonovskiy Electroengineering Plant in Safonovo is one of the leading enterprises of Ruselprom.