Burckhardt Compression is introducing a Capex-optimised line of compressor systems that meets the American Petroleum Institute (API) Standard 618.
Its modular compressor design takes advantage of global processes, cost-efficient engineering and supply chain. Hyundai Engineering Co. has ordered the first compressors from this new product line for a petrochemical plant in Poland, where they will be used for propane dehydrogenation in the production of propylene.
Burckhardt Compression registers its first commercial success with a new Capex-optimised line of compressors compliant with API Standard 618 that launched a few months ago.
Marcel Pawlicek, CEO of Burckhardt Compression, commented: “Burckhardt Compression has leveraged its global setup with locations around the world to offer this new, Capex-optimised line of compressors. It allows us to target and win over new groups of customers for our products.”
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/petrochemicals/17012020/buckhardt-compression-wins-first-order-with-a-new-line-of-cost-optimised-compressors/
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