PEMA to Supply Welding Automation to Keppel FELS

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Wednesday, November 06, 2013
Photo: Pemamek Oy Ltd.

Pemamek Oy Ltd. received another contract to supplement Keppel FELS’ Singapore yard upgrading. The new contract consists of two PEMA robotic profile processing lines.

Keppel FELS has constantly invested in increasing productivity and capabilities of their rig production process. The new supplement to their production machinery is a high-capacity robotic profile processing lines of two.

The line includes cutting and marking features and automatic palletizing systems. The new profile processing system supports the modern panel line, which is currently under delivery, but also provides profile processing capacity to various other needs of the yard.

PEMA previously delivered a supportive micro panel line for manufacturing the oil rigs, in addition to the panel line.

Finnish Pemamek Oy Ltd. has been contracted by Keppel FELS to implement the flexible PEMA technology in the yard’s rig production which ensures high productivity and quality.

This contract is the third between Keppel and Pemamek in a year: Keppel Offshore & Marine’s new yard in Baku, Azerbaijan also acquired a panel line system in early 2012.

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