SES Signed Contracts for delivery of Electrical and Automation Systems

Tuesday, March 27, 2007
Bergen, Norway based Scandinavian Electric Systems(SES) has secured orders worth around NOK 350 million for delivery of complete Diesel-Electric propulsion and Automation systems for two plus option for three Jackup Vessels with Lamprell plc in Dubai. The Shipowner is Seajacks International Ltd.. The contract for the two first vessels of NOK 140 million are fixed and firm with optional contracts for the three next vessels worth approx. NOK 210 million.

The contracts is a result of excellent marketing and sales work from our service partner Goltens in Dubai and our own sales team, says VP Sales and Marketing Harald Rostbo. The order comprises design, engineering, production, testing, delivery and commissioning of four Diesel Generator sets, electrical Main and Emergency Switchboards, AFE type Frequency Drives, two electrical Main Propulsion Motors of 1500 kW each and two electrical Thruster Motors of 1500 kW each. In addition SES will also deliver Automation System, DP2 system, Navigation and Communication system for the vessels.

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