Pöyry awarded Detailed Engineering for the Iron Ore Beneficiation Plant Expansion in Brazil
PÖYRY PLC Press release 10 July 2012
Pöyry's Industry business group has been awarded a services assignment by Companhia Siderurgica Nacional S.A. (CSN) for detailed engineering to finalize the iron ore beneficiation plant expansion at Casa de Pedra Mine in the state of Minas Gerais, south-east Brazil.
The parties have agreed that the value of the assignment will not be disclosed. The order has been booked into the third quarter 2012 order stock.
Pöyry's engineering assignment includes multidisciplinary services for civil and plant engineering (including mechanical, piping, electrical and instrumentation engineering), project control, and document management.
The contract strengthens Pöyry's strategy to have regional position in the Mining & Metals sector in Latin America.
Martin Kuzaj, President, Industry Business Group, Finland
Tel. +358 10 33 21179
João Ronchel, Head of Global Mining and Metals, Industry Business Group, Brazil
Tel. +55 11 3472 7399
Pöyry is a global consulting and engineering company dedicated to balanced sustainability and responsible business. With quality and integrity at our core, we deliver best-in-class management consulting, total solutions, and design and supervision. Our in-depth expertise extends to the fields of energy, industry, transportation, water, environment and real estate. Pöyry has 7,000 experts and a local office network in about 50 countries. Pöyry's net sales in 2011 were EUR 796 million and the company's shares are quoted on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki. (Pöyry PLC: POY1V).
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Source: Pöyry Oyj via Thomson Reuters ONE
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