Engineering – Made in Germany – success guaranteed
The German engineering industry sets standards in the areas of precision and availability. Its products are in demand globally. Despite this, the sector is in upheaval: the traditional “off the shelf” supply business with mass produced products has transformed into turn-key projects and customized individual solutions. Increasingly, local partners are needed who can already take country-specific requirements into account during project planning. At THOST we ensure the project’s success with professional project organisation and management even in concentrated realisation phases.
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Thyssen Krupp achieved a significantly higher energy efficiency on one of three sinter belts at Duisburg-Schwelgern. The measure was implemented in the course of extensive renovation and conversion work in the local sinter plant. Basic automation was upgraded to state of the art. At the same time, the firing cap of the sintering belt was modernized and an innovative burner technology was installed. As a result the consumption of gas in this area was reduced by approx. 30 percent.
SMS Siemag was awarded the contract to build a new ferrochrome plant in Kazakhstan from TNK Kazchrome JSC. The plant (Meltshop No. 4) is being constructed at Aktobe. An annual production of approx. 440,000 t high carbon ferrochrome (H.C. FeCr) is planned. Four DC furnaces with a capacity of 72MW will be used as a smelting unit.
Construction of an iron ore pellet facility in Stary Oskol including engineering, the delivery of components / systems as well as the provision of on-site services.
Construction of a plant for the processing of steel and piping. Planned investment by 2015: approx. €500 million.
Continuous galvanizing line as part of a complete facility for a steel processing company in Alabama, USA.
Delivery of a four high pressure valves for the EDF nuclear power station “Flamanville”.
The Rotterdam stevedores RHB Stevedoring & Warehousing is the first company in Europe to acquire a Liebherr type LHM 600 S crane , the world’s largest and heaviest mobile harbour crane, for the loading and unloadingof heavy industrial and project loads.
Planning and production of a transport device for the carbon fibre composite wing of the Airbus A350.
Development of a multiple project management system with rough time schedule to guarantee the delivery dates of emergency generators and secondary components. Supervised power plant locations are: Isar, Unterweser, Olkiluoto 3, Doel, Novovoronezh, Flammanville and Beznau.
Production delivery and assembly of emergency power systems and ancillary systems for nuclear power stations. Supervised power plant locations are: Isar, Unterweser, Olkiluoto 3, Doel, Novovoronezh, Flammanville and Beznau.
The necessary machines for the production and testing of glass bottles are developed and produced in Germany as well as assembled and commissioned at the future operational site.
Construction of floating flood gate (steel construction and technical equipment as well as implementation planning), delivery (sea transport), installation and commissioning.