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Scheuch reports record order intake

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Scheuch has reported orders worth more than €200 million in the 2016/17 financial year – a record for the Austrian specialist in air pollution control system.

Scheuch provides clean-air solutions to a variety of industries, including the cement sector. Last year, its DeCONOx system was installed at the Kirchdorfer cement plant in Austria, helping the plant to become on of the cleanest in the world.

The DeCONOx system combines a clean gas catalyst with regenerative thermal oxidation in one facility, providing minimal emissions of nitrogen oxides, organic carbon compounds, and carbon monoxide. The system is also low cost and has low energy demand.

In addition to its core markets of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, the company recently acquired two US-based companies, Schust Engineering and CAMCORP Inc., in an effort to break into the US market.

According to the company, this combination of US and European locations helped Scheuch to secure a major order. The European-based customer chose Scheuch for a turnkey solution because Schust Engineering guaranteed to take over the project management in the US,” the company explained.

“This encouraging result proves that our internationalisation strategy works,” said Stefan Scheuch, Managing Director of Scheuch GmbH. “We are on the right track.”

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