The internationally active Chemieanlagenbau Chemnitz (CAC) is able to report incoming orders far exceeding EUR 100 million for the current 2008 fiscal year and can thus continue its strong development from the previous years.
The orders received and thus the most important indicator for the future far exceeded expectations with EUR 97 million as of July 31, 2008. On top of that, the company anticipates landing another order for the current fiscal year amounting to EUR 35 million. In comparison, the orders received for the entire 2007 fiscal year totaled EUR 47 million.
Newly acquired projects in natural gas storage technology and chlorine-alkali electrolysis account for a major proportion of the good order development.
Chemieanlagenbau Chemnitz (CAC) is planning, among other things, two large projects in Austria and two plants in Russia. Thanks to the successful cooperation with Austria’s Rohöl-Aufsuchungs, CAC was able to safeguard the orders for the second phase of expansion of the second largest natural gas underground storage facility in Central Europe in Haidach and for the first phase of construction of two additional storage facilities in Austria. Moreover, CAC is also planning and constructing membrane electrolysis plants in the Beresniki / Perm Region and in Moscow.
The very good market development has helped CAC to improve existing customer contacts and the high quality performance of its engineering services. Our highly qualified and experienced engineers and employees deliver very good results. CAC offers advantages over the competition, especially in terms of price / performance ratio. The company provides the quality typically associated with a large corporation at the price of a medium-size firm. The solutions are reliable, safe as well as tried and tested.
As at August 31, 2008, Chemieanlagenbau Chemnitz had a staff of 230 employees. Since its formation in April 1, 2004, CAC has hired more than 80 new employees.