Saxlund Sweden AB, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sweden-headed material handling and biomass combustion technology providers Saxlund Group AB has announced that it has been contracted by Netherlands-headed combustion engineering and construction company Stork Thermeq B.V for the supply of material handling and biomass furnace for a project in the Netherlands.
According to a statement, the value of the order is around SEK 8.5 million (≈ EUR 850 000) and is part of a delivery by Stork for a biomass energy project for Veolia in the Netherlands.
We have worked with Stork, a Dutch company with approximately 17 000 employees worldwide, for a while. We have been working on several projects and we are delighted that our first project together will be Veolia in the Netherlands. The intention of both companies is to work as partners to supply bioenergy plants. For this project, we deliver our core products in the form of material handling equipment and a biomass furnace that will ensure that the plant can deliver approximately 15 MW of power, said Stefan Wallerman, CEO of Saxlund Group AB.
According to Wallerman, the two companies are “looking at several projects together”.
We see it as the start of a partnership where companies have complementary strengths for all bioenergy plants. This is exactly how we want to work with Saxlund, with strong partners for optimal and cost-effective delivery to end customers. It has been a successful concept in the Baltics with Axis, and in Sweden, we are building a similar relationship with Neova, Wallerman said.