Nederman has signed two significant orders, each worth around SEK 15 million. One of the orders is for systems for industrial air filtration, while the other is for recycling of waste products and treatment of process gases for energy reuse in the paper industry.
“These are two significant orders,” says Sven Kristensson, CEO of Nederman.
“The need for industrial air filtration to reduce environmental impact and provide energy efficient solutions is rapidly increasing. Nederman holds a world-leading position in this field since Dantherm Filtration was incorporated into the Nederman Group.”
The first order is for a complete filtration plant for industrial air filtration at a foundry in Poland. The client is one of the world’s largest producers of pipe systems. The system was designed by Nederman Dantherm Filtration in Poland, which will also be responsible for installation and commissioning.
The plant will be completed by January 2011.
The second order was taken by Nederman Dantherm Filtration in Germany in collaboration with Siemens AG. The client is Saica – one of Europe’s leading paper and board manufacturers.
The order is for two systems – one for recycling waste products from manufacturing and the other for treating gases from processes where the energy can be recycled for heating, among other things. Nederman is responsible for the entire chain from design to commissioning. Delivery will be in the first half of 2011.
Facts about Nederman
Nederman is one of the world's leading companies supplying products and services in the environmental technology sector. The company's products and systems are contributing to the creation of clean and safe working environments focusing on clean air, recycling and environmentally friendly transport management.
Nederman's offering on the market encompasses everything from the design stage through to installation, commissioning and servicing. Sales and marketing are carried out via subsidiaries in 27 countries as well as agents and distributors in over 30 countries.
Nederman develops and produces in its own manufacturing and assembly units in 8 countries.
In April 2010, Dantherm Filtration, with its primary focus on industrial air filtration, was acquired.
The Group was floated in 2007 on OMX Small Cap list; it has circa 1500 employees and a turnover of circa 2 billion SEK.
For more information about the company, go to Nederman’s website