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Tuesday, 13 May 2014 00:00

The company Tomellosera Anro builds the structure of two bridges to Panama

Una de las grandes piezas construidas por Anro en Tomelloso para los puentes de Panamá   Una de las grandes piezas construidas por Anro en Tomelloso para los puentes de Panamá

Intended for the access to the largest mining project of copper in the world

The company tomellosera industries metal Anro is building commissioned by the Spanish company FCC metal structure for two bridges, 230 tons of weight each, for the access to a large mining project in Panama.

Anro participation in this project consists of the manufacturing at its facilities in Tomelloso of 10 large metal beams, 42 metres in length by height 2.6 and 40 tons in weight, which will be subsequently sent to cut Panama and once on target mounted with bolted joints in them will be employed about 12,000 screws.

The bridges have been calculated to withstand the heavy loads of equipment to be transported to and from the mining area and save two Panamanian rivers: the Middle River and river Uvero, within the complex access to mining megaproject called copper Panama, the main copper project in development around the world, with more than 6,000 million dollars of investment which you will enter into operation in 2017 and is the largest private investment in the history of Panama.

Anro has previously participated in other projects in Panama, such as the construction of the new Electoral Court covers, three bridges covered to Panama City or a ship of machines for a hydrological station in this Central American country.

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