Imtech : Imtech: 45 million euro new Swedish industrial orders
Gouda, The Netherlands - Royal Imtech N.V. (IM-AE, technical services provider
in and outside Europe) announces that it recently has obtained new orders -
combining the technological core competences electrical services, mechanical
services and energy solutions to total solutions - in the Swedish industrial
market with a total value of 45 million euro.
René van der Bruggen, CEO Imtech: 'Imtech is one of the strongest players in
the Swedish industrial market. The strategy is aimed at long-term intensive
co-operation with customers, generally in the form of multi-year managed
services contracts. This approach leads to spin-off in the form of additional
projects. At the same time, Imtech is developing interesting energy-efficiency
and energy savings concepts for clients. Additionally, the multidisciplinary
clustering of electrical services, mechanical services and energy solutions
from various Imtech companies leads to new services concepts. All this makes
additional growth possible.'
New orders in the industrial market
As spin-off of a multi-year managed services contract with paper manufacturer
Korsnäs in Gävle Imtech is selected as a technology partner for a part of the
technical infrastructure in a new to realize biomass power plant. The 150 MW
of electricity that will be generated by this power plant means that
customer's production process will become, to a great extent, energy neutral.
At Scania in Enköping an existing services contract has led to a spin-off
order for a substantial electrical upgrade. At the same time, Imtech has
obtained an order for the upgrade of various mechanical facilities, such as
the high pressure in the production line. Another recent order is a series of
electrical upgrades for Volvo in Skövde and for the implementation an energy
monitoring solution in a Volvo factory in Arvika.
In the industrial laundry market an innovative concept for more efficient
steam production, including an energy-saving of nearly 20%, has been developed
for both the Lima and Storsjö industrial laundries services. The market has a
great deal of interest for this new concept. Imtech is also recently appointed
as an energy partner of industrial manufacturer Atlas Copco. A
multidisciplinary project has been obtained for the extension of an ABB
production facility for high-tech circuit breakers in Ludvika.
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Royal Imtech N.V. is a European technical services provider in the fields of
electrical solutions, ICT (information and communication technology) and
mechanical solutions. With 29,000 employees, Imtech achieves annual revenue of
more than 5.1 billion euro. Imtech holds strong positions in the buildings and
industry markets in the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Austria,
Eastern Europe, Sweden, Norway, Finland, the UK, Ireland, Turkey and Spain,
the European markets of ICT and Traffic as well as in the global marine
market. In total Imtech serves 23,000 customers. Imtech offers added value
with integrated and multidisciplinary total solutions that lead to better
business processes and more efficiency for customers and the customers they,
in their turn, serve. Imtech also offers solutions that contribute towards a
sustainable society - for example, in the areas of energy, the environment,
water and traffic. Imtech shares are listed on the NYSE Euronext Amsterdam,
where Imtech is included in the Midkap Index. Imtech shares are also included
in the Dow Jones STOXX 600 index.
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