ImpsaIndustrias Metallurgicas Perscarmona Sociedad Anonimo (Argentina power plant builder)
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Company profile section of players such as Andritz, GE, Voith, Toshiba, Harbin Electric, Dongfang Electric, Power Machines, Hitachi Mitsubishi, IMPSA, BHEL, Tianfa & Gilkes includes its basic information like legal name, website, headquarters, its market position, historical background and top 5 closest competitors by Market capitalization / revenue along with contact information.
After more than two years of studies, due diligence on local industrial facilities and negotiations with partners, China's Goldwind has announced a R$1bn ($270m) deal to replace or repair 242 turbines of the failed Argentine OEM Impsa in Brazil, with a total capacity of just over 363MW.
The Impsa saga started during the term of former President Fidel V.
A case in point is the metallurgical firm Impsa that has developed major engineering projects, hydroelectric plants, and ports with technology provided by firms in Germany and the former Soviet Union.
Among notable Hempel customers in the region are YPb; Total; Chevron; Minera Alumbrera; Pascua Lama; TGN ('fransportadora Gas del Norte); TGS (Transportadora Gas del Sur); Crupo Mamba; Antares Naviera; Ultrapetrol; Astillero Rio Santiago; Tandanor and IMPSA.
It is followed by Gamesa (MCE:GAM), IMPSA and French Alstom SA (EPA:ALO).
12 August 2011 - Fitch has upgraded to AA from AA- the national scale rating of Argentine engineering company Industrias Metalurgicas Pescarmona (Impsa), the latter said yesterday.
But recently other companies have entered the market such as Argentina's IMPSA, Suzlon and Vestas, according to the Global Wind Energy Council.
Industrias Metalurgicas Pescarmona SA (IMPSA), an Argentina-based global renewable energy company, is planning to invest USD277m in its subsidiary Energimp.
Industrias Metalurgicas Pescarmona Sociedad Anomina (IMPSA) of Argentina and the National Power Corporation signed a memorandum of understanding in 1995, with IMPSA submitting an unsolicited proposal which, by Philippine law, cannot carry a government guarantee.