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St Helena : St Helena Commissions Asphalt Mixing Plant
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 30.07.2011 (Article Archived on 13.08.2011)

The Indian staff from the Pari-Max team have now left the island following their visit to commission the new asphalt mixing plant at Donkey Plain. Unfortunately they discovered that some vital parts have not been delivered, including a gear box, pump and some connecting pipework. This has been brought to the attention of the relevant companies and they are trying to get a full list of the missing parts.

St Helena Commissions Asphalt Mixing Plant


 


The Indian staff from the Pari-Max team have now left the island following their visit to commission the new asphalt mixing plant at Donkey Plain. Unfortunately they discovered that some vital parts have not been delivered, including a gear box, pump and some connecting pipework. This has been brought to the attention of the relevant companies and they are trying to get a full list of the missing parts.


 


The next step is to make sure that all of the missing parts are delivered and the company return to make sure the machine is fully commissioned and operating safely. Then we will undertake training and practice to ensure that the staff understand how to use the specialist equipment and where different techniques are most appropriate.


 


The delay is regrettable and we are working hard to minimise it, but it is inevitable that it will be a number of months before the situation can be resolved.


Infrastructure & Utilities Directorate


21st July 2011

 

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