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Thames Water

Brodersen wins double framework agreement

with Thames Water

Reading, 17 May 2013 – Brodersen has been awarded the contract to supply more than 1500 telemetry outstations to Thames Water in frameworks AMP5 and AMP6 extending to 2020. The contract supports the further strengthening and extension of Brodersen in the United Kingdom. Thames Water is the UK’s biggest water and sewerage company with around 14 million customers across London and the Thames Valley. Thames Water daily supplies 2.6 gigalitres of drinking water and treats 4 gigalitres of drinking water.

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Jim Grandison Thames Water’s Technical Manager said “The work that Brodersen is doing is an important part of our SCADA investment programme. We are replacing a total of 8,500 obsolete units across the water and waste water networks. This new generation of advanced technology devices will provide Thames with up-to-date information to help us to reduce flooding, reduce the incidence and impact of low Water pressure and lead to better customer service. We are really pleased to be working with Brodersen who are showing a commitment and level of technical competence needed to meet a very challenging delivery programme.”

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Jens Sterum, Managing Director Brodersen Systems UK said:

“Brodersen’s specialisation in providing the best in telemetry systems has again raised the bar in terms of delivering world-class technologies to meet the most demanding requirements in reliability and delivering operational efficiency. We aim at constantly delivering our clients optimal value for their capital investments. Thames Water is a very progressive and visionary utility provider in the UK through the adoption of the UK WITS DNP3 open protocol. We look forward to delivering value to Thames Water and to delivering yet another world-class telemetry solution.”

For more information please contact:

Brodersen Systems UK Ltd., Jens Sterum, Managing Director, tel: +44 7733 280 491

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