The event was held in Istanbul. Employees of the joint venture TİTAN2 IC İÇTAŞ İNŞAAT made presentations at a seminar for suppliers of the Akkuyu NPP project, conducted by ROSATOM State Corporation and Akkuyu Nuclear JSC as part of the NPPES-2020.

At practical sessions, they talked about working with a supply chain, localizing purchases based on practical examples of working with Turkish companies.

Over the course of two days, the seminar was attended by over 200 NPPES delegates, representatives of Turkish and foreign companies, and nuclear industry enterprises. As part of the business program, 198 bilateral B2B meetings were scheduled for representatives of 50 Turkish and foreign companies with procurement specialists from Akkuyu Nuclear JSC and TİTAN2 IC İÇTAŞ İNŞAAT.

Special sessions were devoted to tender procedures, actual procurement plans for 2020, preparation and rules for submitting tender documents, as part of the Akkuyu NPP construction project.

Background Information:

Holding TITAN-2 is a Russian group of companies building nuclear facilities. Holding companies perform a full cycle of work - from the development of design documentation to the commissioning of the facility.
Holding TITAN-2 is a general contractor for the construction of new power units of the Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant. Holding companies perform all general construction, installation and electrical work at the construction site.
The Holding is a main contractor for the construction of Hanhikivi 1 NPP in Finland and Akkuyu NPP in Turkey.
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The Turkish shareholder of the joint venture is the leader in the Turkish infrastructure market with a 45-year history. The company has diversified international experience in the construction of large-scale industrial facilities.

Akkuyu NPP

Akkuyu NPP is the first nuclear power plant to be built in the Republic of Turkey. The project is underway on the basis of an intergovernmental agreement on cooperation in the construction and operation of a nuclear power plant at the Akkuyu site in Turkey, concluded between Russian and Turkish Governments on May 12, 2010. The project provides for the construction of four power units with Russian design generation 3+ VVER reactors. The capacity of each nuclear power unit will make up 1200 MW.

To date, the project is fully funded by the Russian party. ROSATOM State Atomic Energy Corporation is the majority shareholder of AKKUU NUCLEAR, which has assumed obligations on design, construction, maintenance, operation and decommissioning of the plant. The construction of Akkuyu NPP in Turkey is the first project in the world nuclear industry, to be implemented under the Build-Own-Operate model.