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While we're on the subject of pulp and paper, ABB horns in with a release from China....

A Chinese wonder of the pulp and paper world

ABB Interferometer blasts into space to stop global warming

From the indefatigable Laura Patrick at ABB:

Another uptick for the economy...

In a sign that not everything is stone cold dead in the economy, ABB's indefatigable Laura Patrick sends us this press release:

Semi-Bad News

Well, as we all feared, the last quarter of the year isn't going to be as good for process automation vendors as we had all hoped. Some of the following can be chalked up to prudence on ABB's part in setting aside money it may need to cover certain...

ABB Came for Lunch

 Truth in Blogging Notice: Walt's taking a break from SoundOff! for a bit. The rest of us editors are filling in. So when something that makes you crazy--or pleases you--appears in this space, please check out the author (Our names will appear at the top of the page) before you...

ABB Comes to Lunch

Truth in Blogging Notice: Walt's taking a break from SoundOff!

ABB posts 2007 results

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Recession? ABB posts strong third quarter

Although their process automation business showed a slowdown, overall, ABB reported results that indicate that unless the mortgage credit crisis is protracted or becomes more ominous, the process industries may escape the worst of the soi disant recession we seem to be having. This may be whistling past the graveyard.

ABB integrates all of Iceland's power grid

From the press release: ABB’s System 800xA integrates Iceland’s utilities into a single automation system   Zurich, Switzerland, August 7, 2008 - Reykjavik Energy selected ABB to upgrade and integrate five utility automation systems - geothermal power plants, district heating, water and wastewater – into a single state-of-the-art 800xA extended...

ABB announces 4000 System 800xA installations since 2004

In a press release this morning, ABB announced that they have sold 4000 System 800 xA installations since the product was introduced in January of 2004. I've reproduced the press release below. What I would like to know, that the press release doesn't say, is how many of those systems...