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Astana, Kazakhstan • 11 October, 2023 | 16:52

Spanish Company Considers Launching Spare Machinery Parts Production in Kazakhstan

Nicolas Correa is in negotiations to expand its services in the Kazakh market

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Spanish industrial milling machinery company Nicolas Correa plans to implement a project involving the processing of metal products and manufacturing spare parts for high-performance and precision equipment in various industries in Kazakhstan, QazMonitor reports citing the Ministry of Industry and Construction.

Iran Sharkhan, the Vice Minister of the Ministry of Industry and Construction, met with the company's Chair of the Board, Jose Nicolas-Correa Barragan, and the Director of Eurasian Mechanical Plant, Igor Atapin.

Currently, the Eurasian Mechanical Plant and Nicolas Correa have already signed contracts for supplying MAGNA-105 and VERXA M-125 machining centers. Additionally, the parties are in discussions to broaden the supply of Spanish company equipment in the Kazakh market and to set up equipment maintenance services.

Founded in 1947 in Burgos, Nicolas Correa specializes in manufacturing a variety of milling machines, including those with sliding tables, portal machines, floor type machines, and machines with a T-shaped configuration. They also offer services like application development and after-sales support. Their products find applications in several industries, such as aviation, automotive, railroads, wind energy, capital goods, power generation, general machining, and oil and gas.

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