Record order backlog as a basis for growth
ANDRITZ has started the new business year with a record order backlog of around ten billion Euros, which, together with strict cost and project management and the successful turnaround in the Metals business area with the German Schuler Group, will also form the basis for further growth and profitability increases in 2023, the company explains.
Target: half of business volume with sustainable solutions
ANDRITZ is a technology specialist for the construction of large-scale plants worldwide in the fields of renewable energies, e-mobility, and the circular economy, among others. “From 2025, we want to achieve at least half of our business volume with products and solutions that contribute to sustainable management at the customer’s site,” explained CEO Schönbeck, “all over the world. We are working at full speed on other innovative solutions.”
ANDRITZ has built Germany’s first CO2 capture plant for the Upper Bavarian company Rohrdorfer Zement, which will start regular operation in March. Instead of escaping into the air and contributing to global warming, the CO2 in Rohrdorf will be washed out of the flue gas from cement production and can be used as an intermediate product, for example in the chemical industry.
“ANDRITZ is already supplying essential technologies for the energy transition and decarbonization today. We will continue to make targeted investments in the expansion and further development of our corresponding capacities and competencies,” said CEO Schönbeck.