Technimex delivered the pressure valves for a waste water treatment plant in Montenegro. The project area receives a considerable amount of tourists during the summer months. Therefore an important economic factor is ensuring protection of the coastal environment.
The total Lasi water supply project consist of a new DN1000 water supply pipeline for raw water, a new drinking water treatment plant, new pumping stations and a city distribution network. Technimex supplied among others the DN1000 ductile iron fittings.
Also for another power plant in Poland, in the city Opole, Technimex and Corol have delivered valves. In Opole a consortium is in charge of building two 900 MW units to Polska Grupa Energetyczna. Project management and design is in the hands of Alstom. Once operational, it will be Poland’s largest hard coal-fueled facility, and will supply electricity to the equivalent of two million homes.
Technimex and Corol in Poland delivered valves for the coal fired Kozienice Power Station owned by Elektrownia Kozienice and engineered by Alstom. This power station is Poland’s second largest power station with an installed capacity of 2 x 900 MW.
Technimex International B.V. is an international supplier of products needed for urban infrastructure such as water distribution, waste water treatment and gas distribution.
Technimex is privately owned and has it's headquarter in Ugchelen, the Netherlands.