Techenomics Mongolia marks 10th anniversary with celebratory dinner
A video has also been created to showcase the company’s progress and achievements
To mark the milestone of its 10th anniversary in Mongolia Techenomics International held a celebratory dinner in Ulaanbaatar which has been hailed as a success.
The event involved present and former staff members, representatives of Techenomics International, a number of the company’s clients in Mongolia and others who have supported the Mongolian operations during the 10 years.
Another highlight of the 10-year celebrations is the creation of a video marking the achievements of Techenomics Mongolia as a business and a supporter of the community. Long serving staff members Sugraa and Tumee have collaborated to produce the video.
View the Techenomics Mongolia highlights video here - https://youtu.be/YEB0ZPkezsA
For the past 10 years the company’s dedicated Mongolian team has been serving the fluid management needs of mining and industry in the North Asian country, including oil and grease analysis, condition monitoring and distribution of Liquid Tungsten.
The laboratory was established in 2012 after the company attended the Mining Mongolia exhibition and conference that year with the lab progressively being enhanced with equipment and gaining global accreditations.
In early 2016 the Mongolian unit began distributing Liquid Tungsten to operations in the country, adding value to the fluid management services, while also in 2016 One Eye Industries in Mongolia began supplying magnetic plugs for Techenomics’ customers.
A more recent development has been the installation of a fuel lab earlier this year.
The first customer was Orica and since then there have been many other Mongolian operations utilise the company’s total fluid management services, including Oyu Tolgoi, Boroo Gold Mine, Baganuur Coal Mine and Thermal Power Plant 4, which is Mongolia’s leading energy supply source.
Initial team members included Zolzaya (Zolo), Tastsral (Tsatsa), Tuul and Purevbat while Tumenjargal (Tumee), Odgerel and Sugarkhorloo (Sugraa) joined the company within the first few weeks. A number of these pioneers are still with the company today.
The 10-year period has seen the Mongolian operation support a number of business, community, health and educational initiatives in the developing nation.
“The Mongolian team and operation is an important part of the company’s global operations and, as such, we are only too happy to contribute to social and community development programs,” Chris Adsett said.
Among the initiatives have been the donation of geological books; support of the Arts Council of Mongolia including the acclaimed short film Stairs; support of the Enerel children’s centre and the Mongolian Association of Visually Impaired Children and Youth; participation in the Mongolian Business Chamber; becoming a silver sponsor for the Austcham Professional Speaker Series; and support of the Cancer Council of Mongolia shaving event.
For more information about Techenomics International contact Chris Adsett, firstname.lastname@example.org; in Indonesia Freddy, email@example.com; in South East Asia Siti, firstname.lastname@example.org, in Mongolia Tumee, email@example.com, or Otgoo, firstname.lastname@example.org, in Australia Jason Davis, email@example.com; in Newman Kiky, firstname.lastname@example.org; in Africa Chris Adsett, email@example.com or for Liquid Tungsten globally Chris Adsett, firstname.lastname@example.org