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Sissach, Switzerland, September 2018 – On August 24 at 1 o’clock at night, two transformer stations in Switzerland were serviced by our highly experienced technicians. The customer, Baumeler Leitungsbau AG, a Swiss network construction company in the field of energy, telecom, transport and water, and the Federal Roads Office ASTRA have commissioned Rauscher & Stoecklin for this project. To satisfy our customer’s needs, we provide comprehensive support whenever and wherever you need us.
Sissach, Switzerland, September 2018 – In this month‘s issue of the well-known German magazine „Wirtschaftsforum“, a two-page interview with R&S CEO Mike Lauper was published. Mr. Lauper, who joined R&S in July 2017, talks about quick-wins, digital innovation, megatrends, and more. Read the full interview (only in German) and find out where the R&S Group is heading in the future.
Plzeň, Czech Republic, September 2018 – SERW in cooperation with OHL ŽS, a Czech company specializing in implementing complex projects for various construction works, will deliver components for the modernization of the railway switching and supply station Horní Cerekev. The delivery, scheduled for October 2018, will contain various components for air-insulated switchgear.
Plzeň, Czech Republic, August 2018 – Schleswig-Holstein Netz AG, one of the biggest grid operators in Northern Germany, has chosen SERW as their partner for upgrading their distribution grid. A total of 35 horizontal disconnectors and 8 earthing switches will be delivered to the substation Handewitt/Flensburg end of this year. The large order will be delivered in just one shipment, bringing along some challenges for the project.
Łódź, Poland, August 2018 – ZREW and Tesar will show their latest product innovations at ENERGETAB, the largest trade fair of modern appliances, apparatus and technologies for the power industry in Poland. The trade show, starting from 11 to 13 September 2018, is a great opportunity to meet existing and future customers, suppliers as well as young and ambitious people who want to learn more about power products, e.g. students and engineers. Visit us in pavilion O, booth 11.
Subbiano Arezzo, Italy, August 2018 – Back in 2012, Tesar’s research and development team in cooperation with Enel distribution engineers, studied, developed, tested and homologated the so-called SVT – self-protected voltage transformer. The transformers are now used in a special application in the Enel Group distribution networks to feed the auxiliary services for the remote control.
Plzeň, Czech Republic, August 2018 – A custom-made design for vertical disconnectors has been created for Statnett, an important system operator in the Norwegian energy system. The company operates about 11'000 km of high-voltage power lines and has about 150 stations all over Norway. To modernize the current substations, a new and very special design of disconnectors was required.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, August 2018 – Tesar's new and modern office in Dubai enhances the strong leadership position as well as supporting the further expansion in the Middle East. The new office makes sure that our experts are always close to you to provide you with the best possible service.
Łódź, Poland, August 2018 – Over the past few months, one of the transformers produced by ZREW has been subjected to multiple short-circuit tests and an out-of-tank inspection. The tests were performed by the renowned testing organization KEMA and ended with the awarding of the Gold KEMA certificate of short-circuit performance. This makes ZREW one of the most trusted transformer manufacturers in the world.
Sissach, Switzerland, July 2018 – Two coupling transformers were put into operation at a height of 2’939m in the Matterhorn region of Switzerland. The complex transport operation started in the early morning in order to prevent any disturbance of the visitors. With the help of the local ropeway, the transformers reached their final destination at a height of 2’939m.