Scana Steel Wins Contract to Supply Molded Components For Offshore Mooring Systems (Norway)


Scana Industrier ASA has through it’s daughter company Scana Steel Stavanger won contracts for supplying molded components for offshore mooring systems.

The contracts are signed with Bardex Corporation and Oil States in USA. Contract value is approximately 30 million NOK (EUR 3.8 mill).

Production will commence immediately for delivery during second and third quarter of 2011.

The contracts confirm that Scana Steel Stavanger has products which are demanded in the international oil and gas market. For Scana Steel Stavanger the last years have been challenging. These contracts increase the order backlog and enable production optimalization, which is an assumption for a profitable operation at Scana Steel Stavanger, CEO Rolf Roverud in Scana Industirier ASA says.

Scana Industrier ASA is a Nordic industrial group providing products and system solutions to three market segments: Marine, Energy and Steel & Machinery. Scana also provides service and laboratory services, in addition to maintenance and repairs for customers in the marine market and oil & gas.

Scana’s technology, unique expertise in engineering materials and extensive production experience form the basis of our competitive power. Our aim is to be the preferred supplier for leading companies within our market segments. The majority of Scana’s customers are in Europe, the USA and South East Asia.

The group has companies in Norway, Sweden, China, USA, Poland, Singapore, Brazil and South Korea, as well as associated companies in a number of countries. Scana has more than 1,600 employees. The head office is in Stavanger, Norway.

Scana Steel Stavanger was founded in 1910. The company’s basic production is forged and cast details in stainless and high alloy steel qualities and road maintenance equipment.


Source:Scana Steel, February  11, 2011;

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