ÅF AB selects AVEVA for Engineering Design

press release
Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Significant cost and time savings achieved on projects using AVEVA PDMS.

 

AVEVA, a provider of engineering design and information management solutions for the plant, power and process  industries, announced ÅF AB, one of Sweden’s  leading contractor and industry groups, will use AVEVA Plant as its principal design portfolio. ÅF AB has realised major cost and time savings using AVEVA PDMS for 3D design since it was first deployed in 2000. Under the terms of the new agreement, ÅF AB will now roll out AVEVA Plant across all new large and medium sized design projects.


Working within a number of sectors, including paper, chemical, energy, petrochemical and pharmaceuticals, ÅF AB provides customers with profitable energy solutions. Projects include new paper machines, biomass power plants, nuclear, thermal and renewables.
 

AVEVA PDMS 3D design software is part of the AVEVA Plant portfolio, delivering maximum design productivity and capability on all types of plant projects, from small upgrades to major new builds.
For further information visit www.aveva.com/plant
 


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