References

Reference of INEKON GROUP divided into areas of services and product groups:

  • Purchase and sales of rail-borne vehicles (including modernization and spare parts supplies) and construction and reconstruction of rail tracks
  • Trade in raw materials and chemical, metallurgical and machine-engineering products
  • Export of investment units (cement plants, power plants, water treatment plants, health care facilities)

Rail-borne vehicles and rail tracks

INEKON GROUP is a traditional supplier of rail-borne vehicles. In 1991, INEKON was contracted for 200 locomotives for Russia which is the biggest contract so far. Diesel locomotives were already supplied to railway companies and private companies in Italy, Cambodia, Germany, Slovakia, Serbia and Ukraine.

In the beginning of the 90s, INEKON GROUP arranged for deliveries of trams to Brno, to Slovakia, Hungary and Russia. The trams were produced by ČKD company. Sales of several tens of trams by Škoda followed - INEKON delivered these to American cities of Portland and Tacoma in cooperation with the company Škoda Pilsen. Currently, INEKON GROUP produces trams of an original design that are delivered to Czech towns like Ostrava and Olomouc and also to towns in other countries like Washington and Portland. The production is ensured by the subsidiary company INEKON TRAMS and by the design studio KOLEJOVA DOPRAVA.

INEKON GROUP is also able to provide tram panel technologies and to construct new ones or to renovate older ones. The first construction was started in 1996 in Lvov and was followed by the construction in other East-European towns.

Individual transactions:

Trade in raw materials and chemical, metallurgical and machine-engineering products

In the past, INEKON GROUP imported especially the following products and raw materials: vacuum salt, mineral salt, pentaerythritol, Bisfenol A, propylene, lithen, aluminium alloys for foundries. In the first year after the company creation, we imported trichlorethylene from Poland, PVC, ethylene and propylene from Slovakia, chemical petrol from Switzerland, polyethylene and crude oil from Russia. Metallurgical materials have been traded since 2004.

Regular transactions with chemical products:

  • Re-export of calcium carbide from Slovak company NCHZ Nováky to Hungary
  • Deliveries of various raw materials for Spolchemie from Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic
  • Import of soya oil, 6,000 tons a year
  • Import of white spirit, approximately 2,500 tons a year
  • Import of floated fluor spar, approximately 6,000 tons a year

Trade in metallurgical material
Regular:

  • Purchase of cast pieces and sales of products from Severočeská armaturka
  • Purchase and sales of hammered bars from Poldi Hütte Kladno
  • Purchase and sales of metallurgical material from Železárny Hrádek

Individual transactions:

2004 Export of metallurgical material from Czech producers to Egypt for the state sector and private sector.
2005 Export of metallurgical material from Poldi Hütte Kladno to Egypt. Contracted by Egyptian state administration.

Export of investment units

Investment units for industry:

2005 Delivery of cement plant to Tadjikistan for 73 million USD started

Water treatment plants:

2004 2 biological water treatment plants to Jordan and Ireland, total contract price 430 million EUR
2005 8 water treatment plants to Latvia, total contract price 605 thousand EUR
2005

biological water treatment plant of USBF type; February 2006 - testing operation of the first part; mid-March - assembly of the second part started; first decade of July 2006 - commissioning of the whole plant; contract price 611,000 EUR