Mining with Excellence, Integrity, and Security

1985

About the Enterprise

     Bashkir shaft-sinking management was established in 1985 as a specialist company for the construction of underground mines for access and extraction of raw materials. Initially covering the Sibay region, the organization has now expanded to provide services in other regions and in 1994, the company incorporated into BSHPU plc.
     Our Republic of Kazakhstan division trades under BSHPU-Kazakhstan LLP, a subsidiary of BSHPU plc.
    As a result of our growth we employ over 1,100 staff. BSHPU plc is backed by our polymetallic deposit operations within the Republic of Bashkortostan, adding financial stability and strength to our organization.
   Over the years BSHPU plc has gain extensive experience in delivering thousands of kilometers of underground shafts and tunnels including the use of special sinking methods.
   Our area of expertise covers the sinking, raising, inclined and horizontal excavations in all types of raw material. As a forward thinking and rapidly growing company we invest wisely in research to provide innovative solutions and improve our technologies in a variety of excavation methods.
   We have developed teams working with scientists from Magnitogorsk, Moscow and Yekaterinburg, St Petersburg to explore opportunities and develop new technology. We are always interested in new opportunities both locally and internationally within our market sector, please contact our Strategic Business Development Director to discuss any potential projects on the details below.
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