Sulzer Pumps awarded major power projects in China

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• Sulzer Pumps has been awarded a major order for a total of 36 pumps for the Hongyanhe and Ningde nuclear power plants in China

WINTERTHUR, Switzerland, June 25, 2008 -- CNPEC (China Guangdong Nuclear Power Engineering Company Limited), LHNP (Liaoning Hongyanhe Nuclear Power Co. Ltd) and NDNP (Ningde Nuclear Power Co. Ltd) placed an order for the supply of the conventional island main boiler feed water pumps and associated boosters on Sulzer. First deliveries, phased to match the stations build programs, are expected in June 2010.

In accordance with the localization policy of the Chinese government, Sulzer Pumps facilities in France, the UK, and China will work closely together to supply the pump-sets with Sulzer Pumps China playing an important role in the projects.

Sulzer Pumps is well established in China with a modern, purpose-built factory in Dalian and strategically located service centers. The Sulzer China manufacturing plant is one of the few approved for nuclear applications and underlines the commitment of Sulzer Pumps to the Chinese market and region. Sulzer Pumps has been active in the Chinese nuclear power program for nearly 20 years and has also supplied many hundreds of boiler feed pumps for China's conventional power generation projects.

Sulzer was founded in 1834 in Winterthur, Switzerland, and today is active in machinery and equipment manufacturing and surface engineering at over 120 locations worldwide.

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Also see:
-- "Sulzer Metco Celebrating 75 Years of Teamwork"
-- "Change in the Executive Committee of Sulzer"
-- "Sulzer to Supply Boiler Feed Pump for 1100-MW Power Plant in Germany"
-- "Sulzer Intends to Acquire Bekaert's Diamond-like Carbon Coatings Activities"
-- "Sulzer Awarded Key Power Project in South Africa"

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