We are excited to announce a significant step in the modernization and expansion of our vehicle fleet!
Following the successful completion of our company’s most ambitious projects to date—the geological research for the construction of the Paks atomic power plant in 2017 and the BAF project—we have decided to renew and enhance our ever-amortizing vehicle fleet.
To meet the growing demand for geothermic research, we took a crucial step by acquiring a new high-capacity logging truck. This vehicle enables us to undertake more extensive logging projects efficiently.
Simultaneously, we initiated the installment of a medium capacity vehicle, specifically designed for shallower logging projects and open hole logging in the upper parts of thermal water wells. These additions have further strengthened our capabilities in the field of geothermic research.
In the second half of 2019, we successfully completed the assembly of two of our latest vehicles. The 15-ton, four-wheel-drive vehicle, equipped with a winch and a cabin, underwent several test measurements and adjustments to ensure optimal performance. Subsequently, on 17th June 2019, we successfully conducted our first set of measurements near Győr.
In our continued effort to enhance our fleet, we proudly inaugurated another vehicle in November 2019—a four-wheel-drive Volkswagen Crafter. The financing for this installment was secured through a building sector tender, allowing us to further expand our geothermic research capabilities.
These new additions to our fleet mark the beginning of a journey towards a more modern, efficient, and effective vehicle infrastructure. We are committed to staying at the forefront of the industry, and these investments enable us to deliver even greater value to our clients and partners.
Stay tuned for more updates as we continue to innovate and improve our services!