Scana to Supply Rolls-Royce with Marine Propulsion Components

Press Release
Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Scana Industrier ASA subsidiary Scana Steel Björneborg, receives an additional order from Rolls-Royce, for delivery of complete propeller and intermediate shafts during 2013-2014. The total value of the contract is 20-million SEK.

Scana Steel Björneborg has a long history as a supplier to Rolls-Royce, who requires consistently high quality propeller and intermediate shafts for their propulsion systems. During the latest 12 months Scana Steel Björneborg has received several large orders from the customer and the order reserve within Scana Steel Björneborgs marine area has increased considerable.

"Scana's strategy is to produce complete products for our customers. Rolls-Royce is one of the customers where we have expanded the scope considerably in recent years and we are now producing complete, complex shafts used in their deliveries to the marine market. They are a very important customer for Scana and increasing volumes is very much appreciated," said Scana Industrier CEO Rolf Roverud.
 
 

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