The negotiations continued for a year, but the final specification was agreed, and now the company's specialists have started to manufacture the equipment.
Both of the machines will be equipped with a large number of additional options, installed to meet foreign safety standards and conditions of use, according to the technical requirements that the customer has set for the equipment.
Besides the protection of the tape-type lead screw, digital readout device and extended steady rest, the machines will have a central power cut-off unit and an additional oil filler neck.
Electrical components will be made to operate at 415 volts, in accordance with Australian standards.
The finished equipment will be shipped to Australia at the end of this year. Due to the geographic location of the country, export shipment to Australia will be conducted by sea.
To protect the equipment during such a long transportation, the machines will be packed in special metal boxes.
It needs to be noted, that Australia and Russia are not main trading partners – import of our country amounts to just over USD 700 billion, and the share of export is seven times less than that. However, the trade turnover between the two countries is gradually increasing. The StankoMashStroy company will also contribute to this process. The company plans to actively develop trade and economic relations with this state and gradually increase export supplies to the Green Continent.