ABB wins $15 million contract for the national control center of Moldova

2007-06-21 - ABB’s Network Manager will help ensure a reliable power network and boost national productivity.

Zurich, Switzerland, June 21, 2007 – ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, has received an order worth about $15 million which includes an extension of about $2 million as the main contractor for the supply of network management systems for the national control center of Moldova.

ABB will supply a state of the art Network Manager SCADA/EMS system for monitoring and control of the national power network, remote terminal units for data acquisition, telecommunications as well as metering systems. The system is based on Linux. The company will also support detailed engineering design and commissioning of the entire system.

“This project demonstrates our ability to deliver complete turnkey systems in partnership with other leading suppliers,” said Karl Elfstadius, head of ABB’s business unit Network Management. “This will provide our customer Moldeletrica a solid foundation to ensure a reliable power supply for the whole nation.”

ABB has more than 1,300 dedicated engineers worldwide in the area of power network management and a track record of more than 500 successful projects around the world. The Moldelectrica project will be completed through close cooperation between ABB, Moldelectrica and other sub suppliers in late 2009.

ABB (www.abb.com) is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to improve performance while lowering environmental impact. The ABB Group of companies operates in around 100 countries and employs about 109,000 people.

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