ABB Wins Contracts Totalling $140M

Wednesday, December 07, 2005
ABB won contracts worth $140 million to supply its Azipod propulsion systems for three vessels and electrical power systems for 11 vessels and two semi-submersible drilling rigs. The orders, all booked during November 2005, include: • Six 10 Megawatt (MW) Azipod propulsion units for three Arctic shuttle tankers being built for Russia’s Sovcomflot at Samsung Heavy Industries in South Korea for delivery between 2007-2009. The order also includes main generators, main switchboards, propulsion transformers, propulsion drives and propulsion and remote control systems from ABB. • A contract to outfit three vessels at Aker Langsten shipyard in Norway. These include electrical propulsion systems for one well intervention vessel and one anchor handling, towing and supply vessel (AHTS) for Island Offshore as well as one AHTS for Farstad Shipping. Delivery of the equipment will begin in late 2006. • High-voltage switchboards for four container vessels to be built at Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering for Hamburg Süd Group of Germany.
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