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Signatures between WCS and the government of Guinea of rail and port conventions in relation with the Simandou projet

Conakry (Guinea), November 12, 2020 - The projects having been approved by the Council of Ministers of the Government of the Republic of Guinea, and on behalf of the Guinean government, the Ministers in charge of Mines, Budget and Transport have officially signed with the Winning Consortium the Railway Convention for the evacuation of Iro...

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SMB-Winning Consortium lays the foundation stone for the Simandou project service port

Tuesday October 6, 2020, Morebaya - SMB-Winning Consortium laid the foundation stone for a new ore port built by the Consortium as part of the Simandou Project. To enable this event to take place, a health protocol has been put in place by the HSSE department in collaboration with the National Health Security Agency (ANSS) in order to g...

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Interview : Three questions to …Thierno Diallo, controller of management at UMS.

Today, UMS has more than 4,000 employees who are committed to their jobs and involved in the compagny's aims. Thierno Diallo, controller of management, tells us about his role within the company. Interview.   What is your position as a management controller at UMS? As a management controller, I have a strategic role in bri...

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The SMB-Winning Consortium signs the basic agreement with the Republic of Guinea for the exploitation of blocks I and II of the Simandou deposits

Conakry (Guinea), June 9, 2020 - Following the approval in the Council of Ministers of the Government of the Republic of Guinea on Thursday June 4, 2020 to sign the basic agreement for the exploitation of iron ore deposits of the blocks I and II of Simandou, the SMB-Winning Consortium and the Guinean government today signed the basic agre...

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First donation of one billion Guinean francs from UMS & Consortium SMB-WAP to ANSS

UMS and the SMB-WAP Consortium make a first donation of one billion Guinean francs to support the action of the National Health Security Agency As part of the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, UMS and the SMB-WAP Consortium made a donation of one billion Guinean francs to support the action of the National Agency for Health Security...

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UMS reacts to Covid-19

Since January, UMS management has been monitoring the spread of the Coronavirus, also known as Covid-19, around the world. As the virus begins to spread in many African countries, the management of UMS has been anticipating for several weeks the measures necessary to protect its employees and customers while maintaining activity. An in...

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Press conference – UMS partners up with the 8th edition of the Conakry Half-Marathon

The 8th edition of the Conakry Half-Marathon will be held on April 12. The sporting event was launched on Friday February 14 at a press conference organized for this purpose. In addition to the traditional partners that are BICIGUI and SOBRAGUI, two new partners have announced their arrival to support Total Guinea. They are the Mining ...

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Interview – Learn more about Simandou’s blocks I and II project

This article, in French, is taken from Jeune Afrique and cannot be translated. Read the rest here : « Au Simandou, le principal défi est logistique » Fadi Wazni, PCA de SMB - Winning Le patron du consortium détaille sa stratégie pour le démarrage de l'exploitation des blocs 1 et 2 obtenus le 13 novembre. Fondateur du grou...

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THE SMB-WINNING CONSORTIUM HAS REACHED AN OPTIMAL RATE OF USE OF ITS FLEET OF TRUCKS

The SMB-Winning Consortium has announced that it has now reached an optimal rate of use of the truck fleet for the transport of bauxite extracted in the Boké region. The Consortium started its mining operations in 2015, and has outsourced the transportation of ore to Guinean companies to a very large extent. Currently, 20 Guinean se...

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Visit of the Collectif des Affrétés to congratulate the Consortium

The charter group went to the WAZNI building on November 18 to personally congratulate Fadi Wazni, CEO of UMS and PCA of SMB, for having won the exploitation of blocks I and II of the iron deposits from Simandou. Fadi Wazni, who was "very touched" by this visit, was pleased to see this mega-project won by a Guinean company. He recalled...

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