Studsvik signs strategic agreements to dismantle German NPPs

1 July 2021

Sweden’s Studsvik said on 29 June it had been working in dismantling for about 20 years in Germany and nearby countries and that newly signed agreements created the foundation for long-term business relations. The services will be evenly distributed over a three-year period.

Studsvik Decommissioning and Radiation Protection Services business area offers services in radiation protection, decommissioning, dismantling, decontamination, and engineering. Customers are NPPs, research centres and other nuclear facilities in Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, and the Netherlands.

"The new agreements are strategically important and confirm our long experience combined with innovative solutions in dismantling. Studsvik will continue to deliver high customer value on the dismantling market in Germany and nearby countries," said CEO Camilla Hoflund.

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