06/27/2016STEAG Energy Services steps up cooperation with Kraftanlagen Heidelberg

Improvement of competitive position in the market for dismantling of nuclear facilities

Essen. Heidelberg. Greater market penetration and wider access to national and international markets for the dismantling of nuclear facilities – this is what STEAG Energy Services GmbH (SES) and Kraftanlagen Heidelberg (KAH) expect from stepping up their cooperation. The partners have now signed a cooperation agreement to further intensify their existing project-specific cooperation.

Using their complementary skills and expertise, the partners are set to bid jointly for national and international projects in the fields of

  • Design, engineering and construction of conditioning and waste treatment plants;
  • Planning and implementation of dismantling projects, as full-service packages or as solutions for individual dismantling tasks;
  • Design, engineering und supply of process plants, systems and components for dismantling.

Dr. Ralf Schiele, Chairman of the Management Board of STEAG Energy Services, sums up the benefits of the cooperation: "STEAG Energy Services has many years of internationally recognized experience and expertise in the field of nuclear storage and disposal facilities. Our know-how and the business activities of KAH in power plant and process engineering complement each other very well." Hans Genthner, Director at Kraftanlagen Heidelberg, comments: "Our services portfolios are a perfect match. Intensifying our cooperation will greatly help to leverage our skills and enhance our market penetration, especially in the field of dismantling of nuclear facilities."

Core competencies in dismantling of nuclear facilities

For more than 40 years, the Nuclear Technologies division of STEAG Energy Services has performed engineering services, consulting services and other services, and supplied systems and components for the dismantling of nuclear facilities and treatment of nuclear waste. Kraftanlagen Heidelberg likewise has decades of experience and know-how in the nuclear field and is one of the pioneers in radiation protection and service in the disposal and conditioning of wastes from nuclear plants and facilities.

The partners will now bring together and jointly deploy their complementing expertise to be an even more efficient service provider for their clients in the forthcoming dismantling projects.

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