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Export opportunity in Russian Federation for Feasibility study of Podolsk copper deposit development
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Export opportunity in Russian Federation for Feasibility study of Podolsk copper deposit development

Austrade reference:  OPP10008193

Response deadline:  5/02/2016

The customer is seeking the following product/service: 

Feasibility study on selection of an efficient scheme of stripping and development of Podolskoye deposits group. The detailed assignment description is attached.

The end user(s) of the product/service will be Bashkirskaya Copper co., which is 100% subsidiary of Ural Mining and Metallurgical company

Some background on the customer seeking the product/service is below:

UMMC was established 1999. It has been the largest refined copper producer in Russia since 2011 when UMMC overtook Norilsk Nickel. UMMC holding includes about 40 companies in various Russian regions, mostly in Ural. The company produces about 40% of Russian cathode copper and zinc, about 50% of lead.

To be successful with this opportunity, please note the following factors:

The customer wants to utilise the most advanced international mining technology  for the development of new mine.

Coordinating Austrade Adviser

Name: Melissa Reader

Title: Trade Adviser


Tel: +61 (3) 9648 3175

Terms and Conditions

It is important that you familiarise yourself with the terms and conditions of Austrade’s opportunity process before responding to this opportunity.  The terms and conditions outline the eligibility criteria for responding and further information from Austrade on what you can expect if you respond to this opportunity.  Read the terms and conditions on Austrade’s website here.

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