Order from Italy: Siemens VAI to supply new reversing intermediate mill for Italian long-product producer

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Siemens VAI Metals Technologies has received an order from Italian long-product producer Acciaierie Venete SpA to supply the mechanical equipment for a new reversing intermediate mill at the company's factory in Mura. The project has a volume of several million euros and is due for completion in the second half of 2009.

With its headquarters in Padua, Acciaierie Venete, the Italian steelworks group, is an important producer of long products in Europe. The group's annual steel production amounts to around two million metric tons. The company supplies a comprehensive range of round and section products made of carbon and quality steel for construction and other uses and operates six production facilities in Italy, including the Mura factory in the province of Brescia.

For the long-product rolling line in Mura, Siemens VAI is engineering and supplying the mechanical equipment for a new reversing intermediate mill. This includes two vertical and horizontal rolling stands based on Red Ring technology. The scope of supply also includes the fluid systems, a total of three spare stands and the engineering for adapting the existing equipment to the new intermediate mill. Siemens VAI is also providing a consulting service for erection and commissioning of the modernized rolling line.

Further information about solutions for steel works, rolling mills and processing lines is available at http://www.siemens.com/metals
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