ABB wins the most popular ship product supply cont

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ABB was awarded a US $140million ship product supply contract

ABB propulsion and power systems play a major role in the field of ships and offshore oil and gas exploitation

December 5, 2005 - ABB, a leading enterprise in power and automation technology, announced today that the company has signed a contract to supply azimod to three ships? The difference between the two propulsion systems (the first time should be zero if all parties hold a wait-and-see attitude towards this) is divided by 211 ships and two semi submersible drilling platforms to supply the power system, and the total contract price is as high as US $140million

Heikki soljama, head of ABB's global shipping business, commented on this: "these new orders will bring excellent reliability and fuel efficiency to ship operators, while adding icing on the cake to ABB's performance. Abb is fully prepared for the huge market demand in the shipbuilding industry and oil and gas exploration industry."

all orders were signed in November, 2005, and the specific projects include:

providing six sets of 10MW Azipod propulsion units to three Arctic shuttle tankers built by Samsung Heavy Industries of South Korea for sovcomflot of Russia, which will be delivered successively from 2007 to 2009; The order also includes the main generator, main distribution board, propulsion transformer, propulsion frequency converter and propulsion and remote control system

provide power system to Samsung Heavy Industries of South Korea for a drilling ship to be built by Norway's mosvold drilling company. ABB's scope of supply includes generators, propulsion motors, main distribution boards and transformers

provide a complete set of power system to JTC Singapore for the two semi submersible drilling platforms to be built by the subsidiaries of seadrill Ltd (subsea drilling Inc. and subsea drilling Inc II) controlled by Jon Fredriksen, of which the first rig will be delivered for use in the first half of 2008

the electric propulsion system will be provided to an oil well production ship and an AHTS (anchor as tug supply ship) built by Aker langsten shipyard in Norway for island offshore company and an AHTS ship built for FARSTAD shipping company, which will be delivered successively in the second half of 2006

the 3D printer and software system developed by Daewoo shipbuilding and marine engineering company of South Korea for Imperial College London shows the potential for future development. High voltage distribution boards are provided for the four container ships to be built by Hamburg s ü D group of Germany

provide Hudong Zhonghua shipbuilding group with high-voltage distribution boards and transformers for the other three LNG ships to be built by China LNG transportation (Holdings) Co., Ltd

abb () is a global leader in power and automation technology. The copper tube pulse fatigue life testing machine is committed to providing solutions for industrial and power industry customers to help customers improve production efficiency and reduce adverse effects on the environment. ABB Group operates in more than 100 countries and employs 103000 people

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