News 2020


Disinfectants instead of cosmetics

Bilfinger is helping French cosmetics manufacturer L’Oréal to further improve hygiene standards at its site in Warsaw, Poland. This  is important because, during the coronavirus outbreak, the company is switching over to producing disinfectants, redesigning areas between hygiene zones and overhauling logistics processes.

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Onwards and upwards

While air travel is only starting to pick up again, all the signs at Munich Airport point to growth in the long term. Plans are underway to extend the eastern apron by 2021 and to enlarge Terminal 1 by 2023. Involved in both projects, Bilfinger is responsible for fully installing the kerosene pipelines used to refuel the aircraft. This will include engineering, delivery, manufacturing and assembly work as well as commissioning.

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Staying power

Bilfinger Industrial Services commissioned four new UPS units for Fresenius Kabi Austria at its Linz site. Uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems ensure that operations are not disrupted during brief power outages. The new units enhance operational safety at the international health care group’s facilities.

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Seen in...

Zofingen, Switzerland: Spectacular! No, it’s not an action movie. It’s the Bilfinger Industrial Services chemical defense academy in Switzerland. Our seasoned specialists hold courses for customers and colleagues on the 12,000 square-meter training grounds. Topics covered include fires, chemicals, tactics and respiratory protection. Up to 2,000 participants from around the world are put through their paces every year.


Refurbished water power

The landmark-status Cwm Dyli hydro power plant in the Welsh region of Snowdonia went into operation in 1906. It feeds around ten megawatts of electricity into the grid. The water that turns the turbine comes from the Llyn Llydaw lake, 320 meters above the plant. Bilfinger UK has now been awarded the contract by the operator Innogy to refurbish the plant’s instrumentation and control technology.

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Targets for 2019 attained

Bilfinger closed out the 2019 financial year on a positive note. Revenue grew organically by 6 percent to €4.3 billion, adjusted EBITA amounted to €104 million and reported net profit came to €24 million. With a reported free cash flow of €57 million, the company reached another major milestone.

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First step toward green heating

The Mannheim-based energy provider MVV will be converting the source of its heat generation to renewables in the coming years. The first step was connecting the thermal waste incinerator to the regional district heating network. In February 2020, the turnkey district heating plant built by Bilfinger went into operation.

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Seen in Melk?ya:

Melk?ya: On the island of Hammerfest in northern Norway, Equinor operates a natural gas liquefaction plant. Even under extreme climatic conditions, Bilfinger has provided comprehensive services to the facility since 2006.




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