Kyshtym Copper Electrolysis Plant Presents Produce to Russian Railways’ President

UrBC, Chelyabinsk, October 17, 2017. Russian Copper Company’s Kyshtym Copper Electrolysis Plant (KMEZ) delegates took part in the Russian Railways’ meeting in Chelyabinsk, the company press service reports.

A special exhibition was prepared for this meeting, where South Ural Railways’ stations presented their partner’s great potential to President of Russian Railways Oleg Belozerov.

‘Kyshtym Station presented KMEZ as something unique both to Kyshtym and Russian Railways. The plant forwards up to seven railcars with Russian Railways every day; this comes to about a quarter of the station’s daily load. Interestingly enough, Kyshtym only ships first-class produce, which is classified as ‘valuable’. One railcar filled with KMEZ produce costs as much as twenty-five railcars filled with macadam,’ the press service says.

‘Kyshtym Copper Electrolysis Plant and Kyshtym Station are long-time partners. The plant meets all of its contractual obligations in time and in full. The company is currently undergoing production upgrades which are expected to result in increased output of copper cathodes and copper wire. According to our calculations, we’ll need to provide as many as fourteen railcars a day for their needs next year. This means our partnership will only grow better and stronger,’ says head of Kyshtym Station Ilya Yunusov.


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