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    Nuclear Power Plant Olkiluoto 3

    Turbine Island, Olkiluoto, Finland

    Services: Welding and fitting of pipes on the turbine and on the reactor of the nuclear power plant. Capacity OL3: Production of electrical energy per unit (planned) 1,600 MW.

    Hospital Orbis Medical Park

    Sittard, Netherlands

    Services: Machine installations, water supply installations, heating, climate ventilation, all kinds of electricity, safety installations, installations for medical gases, gas installations, fire systems “sprinkler”. Size: The most modern hospital in Netherlands stretches to 100,000 m2 of surface, it has more than 500 single rooms and we can name her also the most technological advanced hospital in Europe.

    Gambro Renal Products – Opelika

    Alabama, USA

    Gambro Renal Products, part of Baxter Incorporated, is planning to expand its hemodialysis dialyzer. Manufacturing facility in Opelika by 230,000 square feet.

    Metsä Board Sverige AB

    Husum, Sweden

    Metsä Board Husum mill is an integrated board and pulp mill producing fresh fibre white linerboard as well as bleached market pulp and from February 2016 onwards folding boxboard.

    AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals Complex

    Gartuna, Sweden

    The new plant will be focused on filling and packaging of protein therapeutics.

    Smurfit Kappa Kraftliner, Industriegatan

    Pitea, Finland

    Europe’s biggest kraftliner producer, with an annual output of some 700 000 tonnes. Kraftliner is a base paper made from fresh fibres and is used for the manufacture of high quality corrugated packaging.

    Paper factory Oy Metsä – Botnia Ab

    Botnia, Uruguay

    Services: Fitting of pipe line systems after isometries and welding of these Capacity Metsa-Botnia: Production capacity is 1 milion tone of whitewashed cellulose from wood of eucalyptus per year and full capacity of the factory is 3,5 million m3 raw wood per year.

    Paper factory Palm Paper Ltd.

    Poplar Ave, King´s Lynn, Great Britain

    Services: Welding and fitting of pipe lines within the paper factory and fitting of the paper machine PM7 Capacity PM7: 2000m/minute – working width 10,60 m (planned), 400.000 ton annually (planed)

    Paper factory Perlen Papier AG

    Perlen, Switzerland

    Services: Welding and fitting of pipe lines within the paper factory and fitting of the paper machine PM7 Capacity PM7: 2000m/minute – working width 10,60 m (planned), 360,000 ton anually (planned).

    E.ON Benelux Power station

    Maasvlakte, Netherlands

    Capacity: MPP3 is an ultra-modern coal-fired power station using pulverised coal to produce steam at very high conditions (285 bar, 600 to 620 °C).

    Siemens CCPP Encogen Power plant

    Rotterdam, Netherlands

    Capacity: The power plant has a capacity of approximately 870 megawatts (MW).

    ASML Netherlands B.V.

    Veldhoven, Netherlands

    Capacity: One of the largest chip machine producers in the world with a turnover exceeding 3.5 billion Euros and almost 7000 employees.

    Nuon Magnum Power plant

    Eemshaven, Netherlands

    Capacity: The production capacity of Nuon Magnum is about 1,200MW, which is a sufficient quantity to meet the rising electricity demand in the area.

    Sappi Paper and Paper Packaging

    Ngodwana Mill, South Africa

    Capacity: Sappi Southern Africa has entered into an exciting new phase of growth and development with the decision to go ahead with the expansion and modernisation of the Sappi Ngodwana mill, including the introduction of 210,000 tpa of chemical cellulose production at the mill.

    Baumit Wopfinger

    Wopfing, Austria

    Capacity: With 400 employees and 150 milion Euro annual income in 2011.


    Dreieich, Frankfurt, Germany

    Biotest is a company specialising in innovative hematology and immunology products with the holistic approach of a global pharmaceutical, diagnostics and biotherapeutics group. Its approximately 2,000 employees develop, manufacture and sell medicinal products for the treatment of blood and immune diseases as well as products for the hygiene monitoring of air and work surfaces.

    Punct de Lucro Petrobrazi – Brazi

    Ploieşti, Romania

    Petrobrazi Refinery is one of the largest Romanian refineries and one of the largest in Eastern Europe, located in Ploiesti. The facility is connected by pipeline to virtually all of the oil fields in Romania by an extensive pipe network and to the Port of Constana by a pipeline with a capacity of 10,000 tonnes/day.

    The New Paper Mill – AMCOR Packaging

    Sydney, Australia

    AMCOR Packaging is constructing a new paper making facility which uses 100% recycled waste paper, at their Botany site in Sydney, NSW. The New Paper Mill, with a single machine, will replace the two existing papermaking machines (No. 7 and No. 8) at the site, increasing paper making capacity from the current 250,000 tonnes per year to around 345,000 tonnes per year.

    Ferrybridge Power Stations

    Knottingley, England

    Ferry bridge power station refers to a series of three coal-fired power stations Aire near Ferry bridge in West Yorkshire, England. C power station is due to close in March 2016. Ferry bridge Multifuel 1 is a 68 MW multi-fuel plant under construction at the site which is expected to become operational during 2015.

    Burghausen Refinery

    Burghausen, Germany

    The Burghausen refinery is an oil refinery in the Bavarian town of Burghausen . It is part of OMV Germany GmbH , which operates in addition to the refinery and petrol stations and tank farms. With a Röhöleinsatz of 3.46 million tons / year, it is the smallest yet existing petroleum-refining refinery in Germany. Another feature of the refinery is that they no gasoline produces, but the entire gasoline cut the production of petrochemical raw materials provides. Herewith it also provides a significant portion of ChemDelta Bavaria represents.

    Thyssen-Krupp Stahlwerk

    Duisburg, Germany

    The ThyssenKrupp in Duisburg is one of the largest steel plants in Germany, and produced with two blast furnaces pig iron. His two 250 meters high chimneys, for the sintering plant include, are the highest chimneys of a steel mill in Germany. The complex has two blast furnaces. He According to the company in the first twenty years of operation, more than 75 million tons pig iron. Produced In April 2005, the blast furnace had, according to the Steel Institute VDEh. produces nearly 44 million tons of pig iron, thus setting a European record In mid-June, 2014 its first blast furnace furnace completed; he will be retreated to the second furnace for 200 million euros by the end of September 2014.

    Schwechat Refinery

    Wien, Austria

    OMV operates refineries, which are characterized by high safety, environmental and product standards, integration in the petrochemical and optimum market proximity. The refinery in Schwechat near Vienna is one of the largest and most complex inland refineries in Europe: It covers about half of the demand for petroleum products in Austria. In April 2008, the Schwechat refinery was celebrating her 50th birthday.

    MiRO Karlsruhe Refinery

    Karlsruhe, Germany

    The refinery consists of two parts of the petroleum refinery Oberrhein GmbH & Co. KG Karlsruhe in Knielingen and is the largest petroleum refinery in Germany. Miro is a subsidiary of Shell, Esso, Ruhr Oil, known by the brand Aral and ConocoPhillips, known by the brand Jet . Performance: Capacity: 15.5 million tons per year, Employees: about 1,000 and about 1,100 of partner companies, Size of the refinery area: 458 ha, Power: up to 70 MW electricity and 40 MW district heating.

    Audi Neckarsulm

    Neckarsulm, Germany

    The traditional car manufacturing town of Neckarsulm is the home of the premium car models Audi A8, Audi A6 and Audi A4. Many typical Audi innovations first saw the light of day at the company’s second German plant. Quattro GmbH also builds the high-performance models Audi RS 6 and Audi R8 at Neckarsulm. And Audi Forum Neckarsulm offers its visitors a fascinating automotive experience.

    SANDVIK Sandviken

    Sandviken, Sweden

    Sandvik AB is a Swedish global industrial group with operations in 130 countries and world-leading positions in selected niches. The number of employees is approximately 48,000 (of which about 10 000 in Sweden) and revenues of around 88 billion. In Sandviken extensive production and advanced materials research; this was also previously the group’s headquarters. From autumn 2012 are the headquarters of the World Trade Center in Stockholm. More than 5500 employees work at Sandvik plants in Sandviken.

    UPM Kymi Kuusankoski Pulp Mill Chemical Recovery Plant

    Kuusankoski, Finland

    UPM’s Kymi mill is located along the River Kymijoki in Kouvola in Southeast Finland. The Kymi integrate includes pulp mill and fine paper mill. The pulp mill has two production lines.
    The investment secures the pulp supply of Kymi paper mill and ensures Kymi’s development as a competitive integrated fine paper mill. The new recovery plant has increased the mill’s energy efficiency, reduced fossil carbon dioxide emissions and lifted the percentage of biofuels in power production to over 90%.

    EVONIK Chempark Dormagen

    Dormagen, Germany

    Evonik Industries is an industrial corporation headquartered in Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, One of the world’s leading specialty chemicals companies, owned by RAG Foundation. It was created on September 12, 2007 as a result of restructuring of the mining and technology group RAG. Evonik Industries united the business areas of chemicals, energy and real estate of RAG, while mining operations continue to be carried out by RAG.

    Neste Oil Porvoo Refinery

    Porvoo, Finland

    The Fortum Oil and Gas Oy (subsequently renamed to Neste Oil Corporation) Porvoo refinery at Kilpilahti, Finland, situated 30km east of Helsinki, undertook an upgrade and expansion of its diesel production facilities in August 2004. The Porvoo refinery has four production lines and more than 40 process units. Neste Oil to double the production of renewable bio-diesel manufactured from raw materials in Porvoo. The company announced the start of a second refinery in Porvoo NExBTL renewable diesel plant, which can produce 170,000 tons of fuel per year.

    Sappi Paper Mill

    Gratkorn, Austria

    A three-dimensional curved aluminum roof panel surrounding the world’s largest paper machine for wood free coated paper (470,000 years tons, production width 8.5 m) with ancillary facilities such as coater, roll tailoring, dispatch warehouse, pulp and pigment preparation. The glass-aluminum construction meets the highest sound technical requirements. The amorphous hall roofs become integrated elements of the hills surrounding Graz.

    Townsend Hook Paper Mill

    Snodland, Kent, Great Britain

    Kent’s Medway Valley has a long tradition of paper making and today a number of mills are still in existence, supporting the local economy and producing a sought after and valuable commodity. One of the oldest and largest mills is the Townsend Hook Paper Mill at Snodland near Maidstone. The installation and commissioning of a custom designed container board machine is due to be completed and operational by the end of this year. The machine will produce lightweight corrugated packing from recycled material and, once up and running, it will secure the supply of paper for all of Smurfit Kappa’s packaging operations in the UK.

    CSL Behring Lengnau AG

    Bern, Switzerland

    CSL Behring conducted the ground-breaking ceremony for the new CSL Behring Lengnau AG, a plant intended for the manufacture of recombinant coagulating factors, among other products. The foundation stone was laid on 3 May 2016. Obtaining the operating license and start of production are scheduled for 2022-23.
    The new production location in Lengnau will manufacture recombinant products for hematology, among other
    products. These promising new therapeutic agents will be produced in commercial quantities in Lengnau and
    distributed around the world.

    MSD Animal Health Netherlands B.V.

    Boxmeer, Netherlands

    MSD Animal Health in Boxmeer is now the largest location of MSD in the field of research, development and production of vaccines and medicines for animals. At the Biosciences Center Boxmeer, research is being conducted into new medicines for animals. These medicines are also being further developed into a medicine that can be prescribed by veterinarians. One of the objectives of the Biosciences Center is to increase the production capacity of veterinary vaccines and at the same time to continue to meet the strictest quality and environmental requirements. Boxmeer is also working on the production of vaccines and medicines for animals. Among other things, we produce vaccines to prevent bacterial, parasitic and viral infections in both companion animals and farm animals.

    Biogen Produktionsanlage Luterbach

    Luterbach, Switzerland

    The concept and design of the planned facility in Luterbach are based on Biogen’s long-standing experience in the field of biopharmaceutical production processes. The facility combines Biogen’s latest concepts for fed-batch cell culture technology and protein purification, enabling the large-scale production of biopharmaceuticals. The facility is modular and production takes place in manufacturing cells, of which two are planned initially. Depending on how demand develops, further manufacturing cells can be built to expand production in Luterbach. In addition to the production facilities, the Luterbach plant will also house laboratories, offices, maintenance buildings and a warehouse.

    Teva Biotech GmbH

    Ulm, Germany

    The first bioreactors for Teva’s new biotech plant were delivered in 2019. Due to their size – some are just under 8,000 kilograms and over 5 meters high – they were pulled outside with a special crane and then brought into the building. Bioreactors – also called fermenters – are the heart of biotechnological drug production. The technology of the bioreactors is very complex and has evolved enormously in the last 10 years. “Especially in terms of the high degree of automation, our new bioreactors are in line with the current state-of-the-art technology.” This allows production on a much larger scale – about 100 times the current production in the Teva Biotech – which is accompanied by a significant increase in the amount of medication. The volume of the first bioreactors for the new plant is 15,000 liters, reaching a weight of over 33,000 kilograms when filled.

    Center Court Chemelot Campus Geleen

    Geleen, Netherlands

    The Campus now boasts a wide range of high-quality facilities in an inviting, accessible and representative complex. Center Court is a sustainable building, with a three-star BREEAM-NL rating (Very Good). Energy consumption is low, in part thanks to the compact main form and installation of a low-temperature heating system with climate ceilings. Where possible, recycled or renewable bio-based materials have been used. Spacious, bright and timeless, the building is carefully detailed with materials in a sustainable manner, ensuring a long lifespan. The varied mix of spaces, each with its own atmosphere, allows the building to be used in a highly flexible manner.

    Boehringer Ingelheim – Biopharmaceutical Production Plant

    Vienna, Austria

    By 2021, a biopharmaceutical production plant including factory buildings will be built on the former company premises and an area south of it. In concrete terms, the Carinthian companies are installing process media for the new biopharmaceutical plant. According to Boehringer, more than 50,000 pipelines and 8500 fittings are installed for this part of the plant.

    Billerud Korsnäs Paper Mill

    Gruvön, Sweden

    Billerud Korsnäs has almost completed the biggest investment in the company’s history. The new board machine at the Gruvön mill is designed for a production capacity of 550,000 tpy and will produce liquid packaging board, folding boxboard, food service board and white – top kraftliner.

    Sappi’s Ehingen Paper mill

    Ehingen, Germany

    The plant in Ehingen is designed for an annual production capacity of 140,000 tonnes per year of bleached chemical pulp for own consumption and market pulp and 280,000 tonnes of coated woodfree (graphic fine) paper. Ehingen Mill paper is produced on a paper machine made by Escher/Voith with a working width of 5.6m.