OUR PLANT HAS CLIMBED OVER THE OCEAN

In 2010, MEKA established 2 of MB-30WS 30m3/s capacity concrete plant for "Master" LTD and "Stroykom" LTD companies in Kamchatka Peninsula which is the furthest region of Russia. Although they are close to Asian producers who has relative reasonable prices Kamchatka constructers preferred MEKA after visiting MEKA concrete plants that are operating in Siberia and centre of Russia.


Block shaped modular structure of MB-30WS allows fully equipped plant to fit in 2 open top containers of 40. In this way, the plants were brought to Kamchatka from Ankara by sea with 2 grass containers of 40 for each plant. The route being followed: Mediterranean - Suez Canal - Indian Ocean - Pacific Ocean – Sea of Japan - Sea of Okhotsk – Petropavlovsk – Kamchatsky Harbour. In spite of the long distance, delivery to Kamchatka was done in 45 days. MEKA plants flawlessly working in Kamchatka now help to resolve the region’s biggest problem by reconstructing old and worn-out houses

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