Australia/Japan

JIM Technology purchases 50 % of Terratec Shares

Terratec has announced the incorporation of its business partner, JIM Technology from Japan, as shareholder of the company. Both companies have been working together for the last 8 years and delivered over 60 TBMs for global markets including India, Thailand, Turkey and Europe. In all these cases, Terratec has been the main contractor and JIMT its subcontractor for the provision of key components and designs for EPB and Slurry TBMs. After all these years of successful partnership, both companies decided to take a step forward and seal their relationship.

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