The GJC uranium packaging plant headed to Kazakhstan this week. GJC has been involved in the uranium industry for more than 20 years and has previously exported packaging plants to Africa, but the Kazakhstan sale is the company’s first export to the region, which has produced most of the world’s uranium in the last decade.
The fully automated plant, which is built to fit inside a shipping container to allow for shipping ease and has taken a year to complete, was manufactured and constructed in Adelaide using many components also locally produced.
It is GJC’s third-generation unit that is used to remove the human element of packaging the radioactive yellowcake produced from uranium mining into drums before it is transported.
GJC has exported the packaging plants to developing countries since 2007 due to the shortage of resources and skilled tradespeople in the regions making it difficult for quality products to be engineered […]
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