JSC JV Byelkamit is a Kazakhstan primarily based manufacturing firm that manufactures a variety of gear including vessel gear, in addition to vessels working underneath high pressure, heat exchanging gear and metalware for all form of features based on nationwide and worldwide requirements (ASME, API, PNAE, GOST and different).
Its merchandise are used in several industries including oil and fuel enterprises as well as chemical, nuclear, vitality, metallurgy, construction and food industries. The company’s historical past dates back to 1982 when the ‘Gidriomash plant was founded to assemble rocket-torpedoes for the then Soviet Union. With the fall of the USSR at the top of the 1989 the Gidriomash facility remained unfinished, however as a result of complicated nature of the plant it had previously been staff by experienced professionals and contained tools of strong Soviet manufacturing.
In the course of the nineteen nineties the requirement for the event of ordnance was not in place and the main focus of the plant shifted to the production of civil gear. During 1995 Byelkamit was formed inside the framework of the Nunn–Lugar Co-operative Threat Reduction (CTR) programme as a joint Kazakhstan, American and Italian joint venture, with the assist of the new York agency Byelocorp Scientific, Inc and with financial assist from the US government. Shortly thereafter the Gidriomash facility was reoriented to provide industrial merchandise for the oil and gas and mining industries. In September 2011 JSC JV Byelkamit, LLP AtyrauNefteMash and First Montano Technology became a single holding firm named SGT Group.
Right this moment the SGT Group is able to benefit from the benefit of getting three plants spread across Kazakhstan, Slovakia and the Czech Republic. This geographical unfold permits the group to stay versatile in providing sophisticated or large tools orders as well as further aftersale providers. Byelkamit produces non-normal technological tools throughout a spread of industry sectors. Commenting on the company’s manufacturing portfolio and delivery strength, general director Pavel Beklemishev says: “We produce nonstandard technological gear in accordance with home and international standards, all building documentation is designed in accordance with the client’s necessities. Sixty to eighty per cent of tools is ordered by oil and gasoline firms, which order columns, reactors, tanks, separators, heat exchangers and so forth. Twenty to 30 per cent of gear is ordered by the mining sector and ten per cent is produced for development and different sectors.
“The handy geographical place of all three plants will permit the group to fulfill market demand for difficult, largedimensional equipment and provide subsequent aftersale providers. Co-operation and sharing of incoming orders between the plants allows us to be versatile in response to client’s needs. Moreover, the development of a facility for the meeting of massive and heavy items has began and with it the group will quickly be in a position to provide very large merchandise for oil and gas firms operating in western Kazakhstan and nations in the Caspian region. It can even lower transportation prices, which will increase Byelkamit’s competitiveness. /p>
At current Byelkamit has an annual manufacturing capability of round 2500 tonnes of vessels equipment and 15,000 tonnes of steel constructions, together with prefabricated storage tanks. Its facilities boast a general fabrication area of 11,774 hectares, which includes forty four,664 m2 of lined workshops. 5 hundred skilled personnel staff the Byelkamit plant, including 50 ASME certified welders in addition to stage two and level three inspectors for nondestructive testing. Thirty per cent of the company’s workers are university graduates, three of which hold PhD qualifications.
With the formation of the SGT Group and the ensuing synergy of infrastructure and personnel, Byelkamit has develop into a number one manufacturer in Kazakhstan and abroad. Currently the corporate services numerous internationally recognised corporations throughout Kazakhstan, Russia, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan including TCO, Karachaganak Petroleum Operating BV, Atyrau Oil Refinery, Pavlodar Petrochemical Plant, CNPC and Sinopec, as well as Texaco North Buzachi, Agip KCO, Arcelor Mittal and others. Throughout June 2012 Byelkamit signed a contract for the supply of eight storage tanks comprised of six 200 m3 models and two 1500 m3 units, ordered by Worley Parsons for the Agip KCO railway undertaking in Eskene, Kazakhstan. This sizable order was delivered in full as of November 2013.
As the company’s status and experience continues to grow it is focused on expanding into additional markets together with Azerbaijan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Mongolia. Kazakhstani membership of the Customs Union of Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia has strengthened its position in export markets and this will probably be essential as Kazakhstan’s place as an oil producing country continues to expand, as Pavel elaborates: “Kazakhstani membership of the Customs Union opens new potentialities for entering the Russian market and we plan to expand our exports to Russia and Belarus, furthermore they’re our materials suppliers. By 2020, oil manufacturing in Kazakhstan could exceed 130 million tonnes and the country will probably be listed in the world’s top ten oil-producing nations. Within Kazakhstan, yearly imported engineering merchandise account for billions of dollars, furthermore native business extends beyond the oil and gas sector so the market is enormous. We see great alternatives for market growth. /p>
Throughout 2013 SGT Group has been centered on growing practices to finest synergise its plants to co-function on joint tasks. Growth of its new facility in Atyrau is underway and will allow the company to additional establish itself within Kazakhstan. Because the region’s oil and gas sector becomes more and more galvanised, Byelkamit and the wider SGT Group will work to showcase the strength of Kazakhstani engineering as Pavel concludes: “International firms actively working in the oil and gasoline sector of the Republic of Kazakhstan nonetheless do not believe within the prospects of Kazakhstani producers. The company’s objective is to change this opinion and prove that it could make heavy, complicated and excessive-quality equipment in accordance with international requirements. In order do this Byelkamit will spend money on new technology and additional develop its employees.