NCC to build sequence sorting plant in Trollhättan for SEK 140 million

NCC to build sequence sorting plant in Trollhättan for SEK 140 million NCC has been commissioned by LB Kiel Nordic Finance AB, a daughter company of the bank LB Kiel of Germany, to build a sequence sorting plant in Trollhättan. The plant will serve the production for SAAB Automobile. The order value is approximately SEK 140 million. A sequence sorting plant is a facility where components needed for a specific car are collected and delivered to SAAB's final assembly line a few minutes before final assembly (just-in-time delivery). Certain supplementary assembly services can also be conducted at the plant. Work is conducted in shifts adapted to SAAB's working hours. The plant will have a total of 18,800 square meters of floor space, with 14 docking bays. Worked building space is 60,000 square meters. All of the inside floor space will be equipped with water sprinklers for fire protection. The floors in the assembly halls will be pile-driven into the bedrock and dimensioned for bearing a load of 5,000 kg per square meter. The plant is scheduled for completion in August 2002, with the first part moving in in the end of April 2002. For further information, please contact: Gunnar Backlund, Project Manager, NCC Contracting, tel +46 522 64 94 12, or +46 70 657 2401 Gisela Lindstrand, Press Relation Manager NCC AB, tel +46 8 585 52346 or +46 70 392 9500 All of NCC's press releases are available on NCC is one of the leading construction and property development companies in the Nordic region. NCC has annual sales of approximately SEK 40 billion, with 25,000 employees. ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by Waymaker The following files are available for download:

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