Pertama Smelting Plant – Pertama Ferroalloys Sdn. Bhd.
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Pertama Ferroalloys Sdn. Bhd. smelting plant is the first large-scale manganese alloys and ferrosilicon plant in Malaysia. Formerly known as AML Manganese (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd., the company was established by global ferroalloy production leaders to produce and supply manganese alloy products to the steel industry worldwide.
The Pertama smelting plant occupies an area of 200 hectares in the Samalaju Industrial Park in Bintulu, Sarawak, as a 2-phase manganese alloys and ferrosilicon smelting plant development. The final products of the plant are manganese alloys, ferrosilicon, and electrolytic manganese metal (EMM). PROGESYS was mandated in 2014 to support with project management, construction management, commissioning, and ramp-up of the Pertama Smelting Plant to desired production rates and product quality.
- Provided project management for critical plant equipment – furnaces
- Provided construction management and contractor supervision and coordination
- Managed the commissioning and start-up phases of the plant
- Planned the activities related to engineering, construction, commissioning, and start-up
- Conducted multiple workshops for Pertama’s employees on recommended safety training
- Planned, managed, and supervised the work performed by vendors
- Commissioned the plant in manual and automatic modes
- Provided deficiencies management after the construction phase.
Marabá – PA, Brazil
Progesys Brazil is awarded to provide services for integrated planning, offering support for risk management, Hazard, and Operability risks study (HAZOP) and critical analysis on the engineering design with a focus on environmental aspects, health & safety assessments, as well as Preliminary Risk Analysis.
Sao Paolo and Florianopolis, Brazil
Progesys Acttio is delivering their know-how in auditing mega projects and operational units, allowing clients to align and maintain internal business processes, as well as providing support on the deficiencies’ corrections in internal controls and processes, budgets and costs, planning, quality, and environment.