JSC ASE EC experts have informed the potential suppliers of Paks-2 NPP Project about Rosatom procurement system

On June 25, the Directorate of Paks II NPP Project of ASE Engineering Company (general designer and general contractor for Paks II NPP construction ) has provided a webinar forpotential suppliers. Russian and overseas companies are invited to participate in the webinar.

At the webinar, representatives of JSC AE EC have informed about the Unified Industry Procurement Standard of Rosatom State Corporation, specifics of procurement activities within the framework of Paks II NPP, requirements for suppliers. At the end of each informational unit, the audience has got the possibility to ask questions to the speakers.

“Usually we talk about our procurement system in face-to-face seminars. But the pandemic has made adjustments to the situations. There is no time for us to spare, that is why we have decided to provide the information in the form of webinar. It is important for us that the potential suppliers should understand the rules of procurement”, says Alexander Khazin, Senior Vice President of ASE EC JSC, Director of the Paks-2 NPP Construction Project.

Communications Division
Rosatom State Corporation Engineering Division

For reference:
The Rosatom State Corporation Engineering Division unites the leading nuclear companies, such as: JSC ASE EC (Nizhny Novgorod), JSC Atomstroyexport (Moscow), JSC Atomenergoproekt (Moscow) and JSC ATOMPROEKT (Saint-Petersburg) and others.
The Engineering Division is the leader in terms of project portfolio and the amount of NPP projects that are constructed abroad simultaneously.
About 80% of the Division's income are accounted for by foreign projects.
The Engineering Division implements design and construction projects for high-power NPPs both in Russia and abroad, renders a full range of EPC, EPC(M) services including project management and designing and develops Multi-D technologies for management of complex engineering facilities. The Engineering Division draws on the lessons learned from over the 50-year history of the nuclear power industry in Russia and innovative state-of-the-art technologies.
We construct reliable and safe NPPs with 3+Gen VVER reactors that are in line with all international requirements and recommendations.