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Metso automation systems set to aid infrastructure projects

Metso will deliver its automation technology to two major infrastructure projects currently under construction in South America — namely Belo, the world’s third-largest hydroelectric plant in Brazil, and the TUY-IV project in Venezuela, a dam project aiming to supply water to Caracas.

Both orders have been placed together with orders for Metso crushing and screening plants.

Metso claims that it is the leading mining and construction machinery and service supplier and the only supplier with a purpose-developed automation system included in the product offering.

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