On October 25 at the nuclear industry suppliers’ forum ATOMEX Europe a memorandum on establishing the production and trade association – Prague Atomic Alliance – was signed. A Nuclear.Ru’s special correspondent reported from Prague that the goal of the alliance was to develop and strengthen cooperation, improve competitiveness of the alliance participants’ products through the international cooperation, as well as joint development and implementation of projects on production and supply of equipment, services, technologies and materials to meet needs of ROSATOM’s projects in Russia and abroad.
The alliance has been initiated by Czech and Russian enterprises and organizations which participate in the forum, including I.B.C. Prahaspol.sr.o. (Czech Republic), ZVUPoteza.s. (Czech Republic), AMT Group (Russia), SigmaGroupa.s. (Czech Republic), Nizhniy Novgorod Nuclear Engineering Business Center (Russia), ARAKO spol.sr.o. (Czech Republic), Promenergokomplekt (Russia), ArmaturkaKrnova.s. (Czech Republic), AMT Region (Russia), LDM spol. s r.o. (Czech Republic), ArmaturyGroup (Czech Republic), Fansa.s. (Czech Republic), KV Steels.r.o. (Czech Republic), Kralovopolska (Czech Republic), MIco (Czech Republic) and other.
To facilitate meeting of the alliance’s goals, at the exhibition a contract was signed for supply of heat-exchanging equipment for the reactor island of Rostov-4 under construction. The AMT-Engineering, Promenergokomplekt and ZVUPotez within the international cooperation offered ROSATOM the equipment at the best price, thus won the related tender.