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Hollysys wins DCS contract for ultra-supercritical power plant in China

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World Coal,

Hollysys Automation Technologies, Ltd, a leading provider of automation and control technologies and applications in China, has signed a contract to provide its proprietary Distributed Control System (DCS) for 2 x 1052 MW ultra-supercritical coal-fired power generating units to Shenhua Jiujiang power plant, China.

The units are expected to commence operation at beginning of the year 2017.

The ultra-supercritical coal-fire power generating units are the highest level of generating units in coal-fire power industry. In this project, Hollysys' DCS will control around 42 000 points, combined with its newest MACS K series products.

In a media release, Hollysys' Management commented: "We feel honoured and pleasant of this contract win, which reflects the customer's recognition of our leading technology, superior solution, and high-quality product and service. This is another GW level ultra-supercritical power plant DCS contract win by Hollysys, which strengthened our top place in power industry market share. Going forward, we will continue to penetrate the high-end market of power industry and other industries, strengthen customer service, improve turnkey solution customisation ability, promote our long-term DCS business growth and create value for our customers and shareholders."

Edited from press release by Harleigh Hobbs

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