Energy, electricity, CCTV, Industrial automation, PLC, Robots, Pneumatics. Siemens, Festo, SMC, Balluf, Rexroth, Bosch.
The company's main activities are electrical and construction. Electrical assembly work to 20kV. Construction works on the site planning works to key buildings.
The company's core activities in accordance with legislation and environmental requirements, are offering customers services that meets the high quality level of work meeting set time limits, so satisfying customers' requirements. The qualifications, competence, staff systematic training.
Different types of grapples and clamshell buckets.
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Quarrying of ornamental and building stone, limestone, gypsum, chalk and slate;Quarrying of limestone, gypsum and chalk.
Latvian enterprise "Enefit Power & Heat Valka" owned by Estonian "Eesti Energia AS" is active in the production and supply of heat and electricity from biomass.
This company is interest in cooperating in the field of biomass production (wood chips) and in investment.
Power supply, generation, trade, IT and telecommunication services. Broadband network data transmission of Latvenergo AS is one of the largest in Latvia. In cooperation with telecommunication companies in Europe and the Baltics it successfully operates in the field of data transmission transfer and wholesale. Provides high quality data transmission and large capacity data transmission solutions, offers telecommunication and energy power supply infrastructure services in the Baltic region for global data centers providers with focus on colocation, IP transit and various hosting services.
*The company participates in the In-depth Cooperation Programme and has been admitted to the Gold level.
International telecommunication operators to provide high quality. Broadband network data transmission in the Europe. ~ International data centre and co-location centre service providers in the Baltic region to ensure integrated (power/telecommunications) infrastructure.
Desired markets: Data transfer between Western East-European and Scandinavian telecommunication networks.