Kataisk Pump Plant JSC, part of RATM Holding, won two tenders for the supply of pumping equipment for power units and General plant buildings and structures of the Akkuyu NPP, which will be built in Turkey with the participation of Russia. As follows from the tender documentation, pumping units must be of safety class 3 and 4 and be delivered within four years-up to 2024 inclusive.
Both tenders were held by TITAN2 IC ICTAS INSAAT ANONIM SIRKETI, a joint venture of CONCERN TITAN-2 JSC, part of the Rosatom state Corporation, and the Turkish company IC Ictas Insaat Sanayive Ticaret A.S., the leader of the infrastructure market of the Republic of Turkey.
In one of the tenders, the Kataisk Plant participated independently, and won, surpassing the competitors in terms of the proposed conditions. After signing the contract for the supply of equipment for four power units of the Akkuyu NPP, Anatoly Zuev, General Director of the Kataisk Pump Plant, noted that the victory in this competition was realized due to repeated participation in such projects for the nuclear industry, the well-coordinated work of highly qualified specialists, the availability of technological capabilities that allow performing complex orders efficiently, as well as the optimal cost of pumps. The contract price is $871.5 thousand. At the moment, KPP has already started developing drawings and design documentation, as well as purchasing all the necessary materials and components for the production of pumping units in accordance with the contract.
The second tender was won in partnership with the Turkish firm Layne Bowler Pump Company Inc., JSC «Uralgidromash» and LLC «Energy standard». The contract is currently under signing. The amount of this agreement was $12.4 million.
Kataisk Pump Plant is a permanent supplier of pumping equipment for various nuclear power plants. The plant has experience in supplying equipment for such Russian nuclear power plants as Kalininskaya, Leningradskaya, Kolskaya, Rostovskaya, Kurskaya, Novovoronezhskaya, Smolenskaya, as well as for nuclear power plants in the CIS countries-Belarusian and Armenian, as well as nuclear power plants in India and the Republic of Bangladesh.