SOP-Metal Oy, a Vaasa-based company specializing in subcontracting work in the electricity and energy sector, acquired the product rights for the MDY busduct system from ABB Oy Electrification Service. SOP-Metal continues manufacturing and marketing the MDY busduct system as its own product.
The MDY busduct system is a solution for power transmission from the transformer to low voltage switchgear and between switchgear sections.
From the transmission reliability point of view, busduct is the safest solution for conducting current from the distribution transformer to the main switchgear and motor control board.
The deal includes the right to use the MDY brand name in future products and other rights related to the product. SOP-Metal has been manufacturing the MDY busduct system for ABB since 2004.
– With the MDY busduct system product rights, we can offer the solution to all players in the electricity and energy industries. There will certainly be demand for the busduct products hereafter, as the need for electricity transmission will only increase in the future, Sami Kuntola, CEO of SOP-Metal Oy, comments on the product right deal.
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SOP-Metal Oy manufactures subcontracting products that require high material expertise, such as the electricity and energy industries. Our most common subcontract products are various busbars made of copper and aluminum and related joints. In addition, we manufacture a wide range of different steel structures. SOP-Metal was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Vaasa Airport Park.