Kone Wins Cruise Ship Order

Tuesday, August 15, 2006
Kone received an order from Celebrity Cruises to design, supply and install lifts for three passenger cruise ships. Kone is to supply a total of 69 units including passenger elevators, service elevators and dumbwaiters. The ships will be built at Germany’s Meyer Werft. The first ship is expected to be ready by October 2008, and the last by June 2010. (Source: http://newsroom.finland.fi)

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