Skako Concrete

Large order from Russian company

The Skako division for concrete batching and mixing equipment has signed a large contract for delivery of equipment for a concrete batching and mixing plant in Russia. The delivery is part of a major turnkey solution. The contract amounts to approx. DKK 10.6 million with an option for delivery of additional equipment worth DKK 1.4 million. The order will be delivered in 2014; it will thus have a positive impact on Skako’s 2014 revenue.

”The order is a result of the new strategy according to which we make a determined effort to sell new products in selected markets. At the same time, the order...

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