In September 2017, for the needs of the Polar Division of Norilsk Nickel in the port of Dudinka, a fast-built inflatable warehouse for storing inventory items and technological materials was installed. Our inflatable building made it possible to organize an additional storage area in the shortest possible time, as well as create a workshop for parking and maintenance of Kalmar and Hyster reach-stacker loaders.
Dudinka is a seaport in the lower Yenisei and is the northernmost international seaport in Russia and the largest in Siberia. All year round, it is connected by sea with Arkhangelsk and Murmansk, during the summer navigation – by river with Krasnoyarsk and Dikson. The Dudinka sea port is the only one in the world annually flooded during the spring ice drift.
About the customer
Norilsk Nickel is the leader in the mining and metallurgical industry of Russia, as well as the largest producer of palladium and refined nickel and one of the largest producers of platinum and copper. Norilsk Nickel also produces cobalt, rhodium, silver, gold, iridium, ruthenium, selenium, tellurium and sulfur.
The main activities of the Group are prospecting, exploration, extraction, concentration and processing of minerals, production, marketing and sale of non-ferrous and precious metals. The geography of product supplies covers more than three dozen countries.
The production units of the group are located in Russia – in the Norilsk industrial region, on the Kola Peninsula and in the Transbaikal Krai, as well as in Finland, Australia and South Africa.
The Polar Division is the key resource base of Norilsk Nickel and is located on the Taimyr Peninsula beyond the Arctic Circle. Transport communication with other regions of the country is carried out along the Yenisei River, the Northern Sea Route, as well as by air.