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Yokogawa signs global partnership agreement with ANDRITZ

08 April 2011

Yokogawa Electric Corporation has been selected by Andritz as a global partner for the provision of process control systems, field instruments, and process analysers for their customers’ metal and pulp and paper plants.

The object of the agreement is to standardise the terms and conditions of
contracts and promote greater efficiency in the global purchase and supply
of products, systems, and services.

Curd Ornig, head of category management of Andritz Group's Global
Procurement organisation, commented as follows about this agreement: “The
Andritz pulp and paper business area is a global supplier of turnkey
systems and services for the production of all types of pulp, paper, tissue
paper, board, fibre board (MDF) and nonwovens, as well as of biomass boilers
and gasifiers for energy production. Andritz Metals is a global supplier of complete lines for the production and further processing of cold-rolled carbon steel, stainless steel, and non-ferrous metal strip.

Andritz values its relationship with Yokogawa and believes that working
collaboratively to meet our creative endeavours will continue to deliver
value for both companies.”

Dr Tony Lee, vice president, Yokogawa Electric Corporation, said: "We have
become a global partner of Andritz by demonstrating the strength of our
products, their reliability, and our global support capability. We look
forward to strengthening our corporate relationship with Andritz by
delivering cutting-edge solutions from both our companies to end-users.”

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