Oberhausen-based ThyssenKrupp Anlagenservice has been awarded €8m by the Corus Group to carry out major repair work in Corus’ pellet factory in the Ijmuiden works, Holland.
Oberhausen-based ThyssenKrupp Anlagenservice has been commissioned by the Corus Group to carry out major repair work in Corus’ pellet factory in the Ijmuiden works, Holland.
The total job is worth over €8m and represents ThyssenKrupp Anlagenservice’s biggest ever repair project.
During the four-week shutdown from mid-September to mid-October, more than 200 employees will be working in the Holland. The climax of their efforts will be the delivery and installation of a 60m tall stack with a diameter of more than six metres.
Other jobs for ThyssenKrupp include pipework, the complete installation of conveyor belts including the electrical instrumentation and the replacement of bearings on the slag wagon drives.