In July 2018, a delegation of Nueva Lima project representatives from Peru, headed by Claudio Alejandro Zolla Suarez, had visited the SkyWay technology company-developer. Mr. Suarez is an influential businessman, pastor, TV presenter, and politician, who recently launched an electoral presidential campaign for his country’s president as the leader of the Perú Nuevo political party. More info about the visit is available here.
We will briefly remind you that the goal of the Nueva Lima project is to create an environmentally friendly and technologically advanced city near the Peruvian capital, which meets the most modern requirements and consists of different zones divided by purpose: residential, industrial, commercial and entertainment ones. The basic principles of its design coincide in many ways with what SkyWay technology can offer: the special urban environment is supposed to be created that does not harm nature while providing the high-quality life for the citizens. The string transport, in this case, allows to create the transport arteries both, in Nueva Lima itself and outside the city. We can talk here about the crucial role of the innovative SkyWay transport system, which can even determine the project’s development strategy as a linear city.
This summer, the delegation from Peru and Anatoliy Yunitskiy, General Designer of CJSC “String Technologies“, agreed that the next stage of cooperation would be the arrival of technical specialists in Minsk, the purpose of which should be to confirm or reject Claudio Zolla’s opinion about the technical feasibility of the project.
This event happened this week, when the leaders of the Nueva Lima project, General Manager Jorge Chávez Sánchez and Operations and Technology Manager Jorge Babarczy Barrera, arrived in Belarus, confirming the seriousness of the South American partners’ intentions.
During the two days in the republic, the guests personally experienced the SkyWay rolling stock in Maryina Gorka, held talks in Minsk office of CJSC “String Technologies”, got acquainted with the detailed presentation of the technology, including its advantages in Peru, explored the possibility of using SkyWay transport infrastructure complexes in the city, suburbs and beyond to set up communication with other settlements.
The guests from Peru also received exhaustive answers from the company’s technical specialists to all their questions, while considering, in particular, the problems of corrosion resistance of the transport systems along the coastline, as well as their ability to withstand elemental shocks, such as earthquakes.