MINERAL MINES IN POLAND

 

      Within the  STRABAG SE concern among those separated in 2007 was the RT Stein & Kies 2 MANAGEMENT that has authority over OPENCAST MINES in Central and Eastern Europe.
      In 2008 the EE DISTRICT that includes only Polish mines was separated from the MANAGEMENT.
POLSKA I includes the plants: GRZĘDY, BORÓWNO, BOCZNICA, STRZELIN.. POLSKA II includes the mines: SIEDLIMOWICE, GÓRA KAMIENISTA, ZAGÓRKI, ŚW. KATARZYNA (40.4% shares in the WALMOR company), SZCZYTNIKI MAŁE.
      In 2008 the concern purchased 40.4% shares in the Zakład Surowców Drogowych (Road Materials Plant) WALMOR sp. z o.o. company with the registered office in Święta Katarzyna, Lower Silesian voivodship (dolnośląskie), Wrocław district.
      In 2008 the concern fully took over the “Kopalnia Kruszywa (Aggregate Mine) Szczytniki Małe” sp. z o.o. near Legnica. 
     The following natural resources are extracted in our mines: basalt, melaphyre, granite, as well as gravel and sand. These ores are intended for aggregate production for road and railway engineering. The production capacity of the above-mentioned mines is of about 4m tonnes of aggregates in over 20 ranges. The main products include: road and construction grits, mixtures for road and motorway bases, breakstones and key aggregates for road and railway construction, crushed sand. These goods are also used in hot and cold asphalt production. 
     Our products have the CE certificate. The quality of the products is controlled by an independent TPA laboratory that conducts regular examination and quality controls of the aggregate fractions produced.
 
     The advantage of the Grzędy, Borowno and Góra Kamienista mines is that they dispose of their own high load capacity railway sidings.
 
 
 
 
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02. 10. 2008

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