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A new record of coal production was set at the Denisovskaya mine in Yakutia

Special project Coal of the East of Russia

At the mining site No. 4 at the Denisovskaya mine in Yakutia, a new record of coal production was set - 4 500 tons per shift. The miners of the site №4 Mikhail Vereshchak, combiners Viktor Bukhalin and Anatoly Yatsenko, under the leadership of the site manager Andrei Pogorelov, were able to achieve high results with the help of the unique mining complex FAMUR, as well as thanks to the competent organization of work and teamwork.

“The record is the result of systematic work and professionalism of the staff. The miners showed a high organization of labor. Their result is an excellent reference point for our entire team, ”said Artur Kosinsky, director of the Denisovskaya mine.

According to the press service of the Kolmar company, in December, 2018 completed the installation of equipment for the lava at the mine, a mine working length of 300 meters, intended for underground coal mining. This is an “underground monster”, which consists of a mechanized lining section, a face conveyor, a combine, a material handler with a crusher, electrical equipment and a power plant. The main component of the lava is the cleaning mechanized complex of the Polish company FAMUR.

“The fact that a team of professionals works on the most advanced technology allows us to achieve results every day. Each new record is a new level of professionalism, on which the whole company is equal, ”said Artem Levin, general director of Colmar.