Sandvik wins SEK3 billion in SG tube contracts

10 July 2009

Sandvik Materials Technology has signed a SEK2 billion (EUR182 million) multi-year delivery contract for steam generator tubes for Areva NP. Deliveries will begin in the end of 2013.

“The nuclear power industry places extremely high demands on product quality and performance. This agreement strengthens Sandvik’s position as a leading supplier of steam generator tubes for the rapidly expanding nuclear power industry,” says Peter Gossas, President of the Sandvik Materials Technology business area.

In June, it signed a SEK1 billion (CNY867 million) deal with Shanghai Electric Nuclear Power Equipment Co for steam generator tubes. Delivery also starts from 2013.


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