14:20, 26 July 2017

Pipes for Metal Construction

United Metallurgical Company (OMK) is one of the biggest Russian pipes producers and one of the major suppliers of tubes and pipes for metal construction in the domestic market. Thus, in 2013 Vyksa Steel Works (part of OMK) supplied more than 1700t of longitudinally welded pipes (508 to 1422mm in dia, wall thickness: 10 to 42mm) for the construction of Spartak football stadium in Moscow. Later OMK reported supplies of tubes for constructions of sports arenas in Nizhny Novgorod, Saransk, and Volgograd for the forthcoming Football World Cup’2018. In 2016 Vyksa profiles were also used in the reconstruction of VTB Arena – Dinamo Central Stadium, aqua complex Luzhniki and Sheremetyevo airport in Moscow.

Please visit OMK stand 1D10 at Metal-Expo’2016 (November 14-17, Hall 75, VDNH, Moscow, Russia). 

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