Projects in environment protection and processing of municipal solid waste (MSW) form an essential part of the group's activities.
Imabe Eco Service LLC and Integrated Environmental Solutions LLC (Komeco-R) have accumulated considerable experience in engineering, construction, startup and management of municipal and industrial waste processing in major cities of Russia and CIS countries. Our experts have designed, engineered and supervised until built and commissoned more than 20 waste-processing complexes for MSW sorting, pressing and briquetting.
The group’s experts always have environment safety, maximum recycling and use of best technologies available worldwide for waste management as the priorities in project development.
Our design and construction of MSW sorting and processing complexes provides for use both of imported equipment - Imabe Iberica SA (Spain), Urbaser (France), Naue (Germany), Sorema (Italy), Ti-tech (Germany), Presona (Sweden) - and of Russian-made components, machinery and equipment (Ekomashgroup, Ecoprom-Lipetsk).
Following and keeping up with the industry development strategy, the group maintains contacts and business interaction with the leading regional waste management operators responsible for MSW collecting, transporting, sorting and recycling.
Komeco-R is running one of the promising areas - mobile document utilization service, primarily aimed to paper archives with expired retention. Documents are shredded on the customer’s site by specialized vehicle using high-tech equipment and with adjustable level of confidentiality. Major corporations, banks, insurance companies, foreign embassies are among the company's clients.
Yar-EcoPolymer LLC successfully develops industrial recycling of PET and plastic waste, producing polymer pellets in the city of Yaroslavl for several years. The group is contemplating an investment program to expand activities in this business.
PJSC "Yaroslavl Shipyard".
Yaroslavl Shipyard carries out the design and serial construction of vessels, yachts and boats with a displacement of up to 2,500 tons, as well as their complex year-round repairs, participates in programs for the creation of new ship projects and for the modernization of inland waterways in Russia.
Yaroslavl Shipyard is the leading Russian manufacturer of marine rescue tugs; the shipyard has considerable experience in supplying multi-purpose products to foreign customers.
The shipyard holds the necessary licenses and certificates, including the certificate of conformity for the quality management system, the classification certificates of the Russian Maritime Register and of the Russian River Register, as well as from Bureau Veritas and other international classification societies.
Yaroslavl Shipyard delivered more than 30 civil vessels to customers in 2010-2016 as a participant of the program for the development of civil marine equipment in Russia.
PJSC "Western Shipyard"
According to the project, the planned new shipyard "Western Shipyard" (Kaliningrad region) shall occupy an area of about 14 hectares and will be able to build up to 6 medium-sized fishing vessels being 60-70 meters long, and up to 2 large fishing vessels being maximum 115 meters long per year. Technological solutions and internal logistics of the shipyard are designed to ensure that such vessels can be built simultaneously. In addition, its dry dock with 230 meters of length and 38 meters of width will allow to build cargo ships up to 180 meters long.
Production planning suggests that the shipyard will serially build large-capacity fishing vessels using standard projects, offering customers package solutions: project selection, vessel construction and arranging bank financing integrated with available instruments of state support for the industry.
The technological design of the shipyard is developed by IMG (Germany). Participation in the project implementation has been negotiated with Weber Comechanics, Ruukki Rus, Uralkran, Kwintmadi, Demag, Sennebogen, Liebherr. Up to date ecological, hydrological and engineering surveys of the future construction site and the adjacent water area have been carried out, access roads have been designed, and a significant amount of other general preparatory and pre-design work has been completed. The total investment before the start of production is estimated at 200 million euros.
The project implementation program is currently a subject to review to meet the requirements for import substitution.
While implementing long-term programs for expanding passenger shipbuilding, Finsudprom and Yaroslavl Shipyard in joint effort and coordination have launched serial construction of a new class of river yacht-catamarans named "Otrada"; also, other types of passenger ships and yachts of own design are being prepared for construction.
"Otrada" is a class of comfortable river yachts with a hull stylized for wheeled steamers of the XIX century, and with an exclusive interior matching all characteristics of a reliable vessel for long-distance cruise.
The aluminum hull reduced the draft of the yacht to 0.8 meters suitable for shallow water; bow and stern thrusters provide excellent maneuverability: bow and stern anchors guarantee a safe anchorage away from the bank. The yacht is equipped with modern satnav, radio and electrical equipment ensuring safe and comfortable navigation in any reasonable weather conditions, day and night.
Finsudprom provided consulting and project management support to Yaroslavl Shipyard which yielded participation in Program for development of transportation system in Russia, and from 2010 to 2016 the shipyard delivered various mechanical engineering and metalworks products for inland waterways:
- complete river gates for Uglich hydroelectric complex (metalwork weight approx. 190 t.)
- various oversized metalworks for river gates Faustovo, Severka, Andreevka, Trudkomunna;
- river gate shutters for Kuzminski river gate (metalwork weight approx. 1100 t.)
- various metalworks for Rybinsk river gate (approx. 260 t.)
- various metalworks for Beloomut river gate (approx. 570 t.)
Other mechanical engineering and metalworks production includes various components for an oil refinery in Tomsk.
New Yacht Marina (NYM), a latvian company owned by BMHC, is running an investment project within the territory of Ventspils Free Port, aimed to develop service infrastructure and berthing facilities of the yacht port and the adjacent recreational area. The scope of the projected improvements suggests that upon the project completion the Ventspils Yacht Port will become one of the largest and most modern in the Eastern Baltics, offering clients a wide range of both specialized and related services during yachting season and beyond.
In addition, BMHC through its subsidiaries and in partnership with local fishing companies and fishermen is implementing a project on nearby territories of the Ventspils Free Port aimed to renovation and modernization of berths, catch and gear warehousing and service infrastructure for coastal fishing.
Another perspective area is a real estate investment project suggesting conversion of decommissioned industrial land and facilities into a hotel and other seasonal tourist and recreation premises totaling approx. 10.000 sq.m. in compliance with Ventspils City planning. The concept of the project includes involvement of a spa-hotel chain operator from Germany.
BMHC also runs a land development project (2,7 hectare) in Melluzi, Yurmala, via its Latvian subsidiary.