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Rosgeologiya to be provided with diamond drilling tools

14 november 2023

Rosgeologiya continues to update the fleet of equipment for its drilling operations, actively investing in the purchase of domestic equipment.

According to the press service of the largest Russian geological exploration holding, Rosgeologia has found a new supplier of diamond drilling tools - the Terekalmaz plant (Kabardino-Balkarian Republic). The holding has already conducted the first tests of drilling tools from this Russian manufacturer.

"A working meeting was held with the participation of a representative of the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Government of the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic. The delegation of Rosgeologia got acquainted with enterprise's work. Following the results of this meeting, we offered the plant to participate in the suppliers' growth program for the purchase of equipment for the needs of Rosgeologiya, followed by the conclusion of a long-term contract for the supply of diamond tools for the group," said Evgeny Muratov, director of the Center for the Import Substitution Development of Rosgeologiya JSC.

Terekalmaz manufactures diamond drill bits with its own synthetic diamonds. Now the company's management is waiting for the conclusion of a tender with the exploration group.

Alex Shishlo for Rough&Polished