R. Rasmus Sunde, Aibel’s president and CEO comments: “This is an interesting project which gives us another excellent opportunity to showcase the strengths of our Thai facilities.” Jim Ryan, Aibel’s country manager for Thailand adds: “It is also a project that should stand us in good stead for future upcoming projects of this nature.”
The cutting of steel has already started with delivery of the modules due by April/May 2008. The project is on schedule and on budget.
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