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Open
$23.00
Previous Close
$22.94
Day High
$23.14
Day Low
$22.94
52 Week High
01/21/14 - $25.91
52 Week Low
10/15/14 - $20.05
Market Cap
53.1B
Average Volume 10 Days
40.3K
EPS TTM
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Shares Outstanding
2.3B
EX-Date
05/5/14
P/E TM
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Dividend
$0.77
Dividend Yield
3.48%
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abb ltd-reg (ABLZF) Details

ABB Ltd provides power and automation technologies for utility and industrial customers worldwide. The company’s Power Products segment offers switchgears, circuit breakers, capacitors, surge arresters, cable accessories, high voltage components, reclosers, fuses, contactors, relays, sensors, motor control centers, ring main units, and modular systems; and power, traction, distribution, and other special transformers. Its Power Systems segment provides integrated power and automation solutions; alternating current (AC) and direct current transmission systems; flexible AC systems technologies; land and submarine cables, as well as accessories and services for medium-to high-voltage AC and DC systems; air-and gas-insulated substations; and network management solutions. This segment also offers support agreements and retrofits, spare parts, service, and training; and consulting services. The company’s Discrete Automation and Motion segment provides motors, generators, variable speed drives, programmable logic controllers, robots and robotics, solar inverters, wind converters, rectifiers, excitation systems, and related services for discrete automation, process industries, transportation, and utilities. Its Low Voltage Products segment provides protection, control, and measurement for electrical installations; enclosures, switchboards, electronics, and electromechanical devices for industrial machines and plants; products for wiring and cable management, cable protection systems, power connection, and safety; and building control systems for home and building automation. The company’s Process Automation segment develops and sells control and plant optimization systems, automation products and solutions, and industry-specific application services for the oil, gas, petrochemicals, metals and minerals, marine and turbocharging, pulp and paper, chemical and pharmaceuticals, and power industries. ABB Ltd was founded in 1883 and is headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland.

145,000 Employees
Last Reported Date: 10/22/14
Founded in 1883

abb ltd-reg (ABLZF) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer
Total Annual Compensation: SFr.2.4M
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice Pr...
Total Annual Compensation: SFr.1.6M
Heal of Legal & Integrity, General Counsel an...
Total Annual Compensation: SFr.2.0M
Head of Power Products Division
Total Annual Compensation: SFr.1.9M
Head of Process Automation Division
Total Annual Compensation: SFr.1.5M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

abb ltd-reg (ABLZF) Key Developments

ABB Ltd Wins Orders from Ansaldo Energia to Supply Plant Automation System

ABB Ltd. won orders from Ansaldo Energia, to supply a plant automation system and substation expansion for the new Ain Djasser III gas-fired power plant in the northern province of Batna, Algeria. The plant is operated by Societe Algerienne de Production de l'Electricite, Algeria's large power generation company. ABB will provide a distributed control system for the 340 megawatt (MW) (in ISO conditions) open cycle power plant based on the Symphony Plus total plant automation platform. The solution includes the platform's intuitive and easy-to-use S+ Operations human machine interface and a Symphony Harmony rack I/O (Input/Output) based turbine control system. In a separate contract, Ansaldo Energia selected ABB to expand the 220 kilovolt (kV) air-insulated substation that feeds the power produced by the Ain Djasser plants into the Algerian transmission grid. ABB supplied the original substation in 2008 and will expand it to cope with the large increase in power when the third plant starts production. The solution includes a wide range of high voltage products, as well as substation protection and control. ABB is responsible for the design, engineering, supply, and commissioning of both orders, and will execute them on a fast-track basis to enable the plant to start producing energy as early as 2016.

ABB Wins Contract from Yapi Merkezi to Power New Railway Line in Ethiopia

ABB has won orders worth around $16 million from Yapi Merkezi Construction and Industry Inc. to supply traction substations and auxiliary power supply for a new rail corridor in Ethiopia. The Awash-Kombolcha-Weldia line is part of a five-year growth and transformation plan being implemented by the Ethiopian Government to provide efficient mobility, facilitate trade and strengthen the economy. The order was booked in the third quarter. The project is scheduled for completion in 2017. ABB will design and supply engineered equipment packages for five 230/25 kilovolt (kV) traction substations, eight section posts and about 30 auxiliary substations. Key products to be supplied include a range of high and medium-voltage switchgear, traction transformers rated at 25 megavolt-ampere (MVA), power factor correction (PFC) transformers, FSK II+ railway circuit breakers and auxiliary power supply equipment. The 400-kilometer Awash-Kombolcha-Weldia railway line will connect the northern and eastern traffic corridors of Ethiopia via Kombolcha and Weldia/Hara Gebeya in the north. The line will also connect to the line linking Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian capital, to the port of Djibouti. This will enhance passenger travel and trade, reducing travel time to the port by 50%.

ABB Supplies Packaged Inverter Solutions for 146.4MWp Project in Honduras

ABB Ltd. has signed a contract to deliver 52 2MW PVS800-IS inverter stations, each containing two PVS800 central inverters, and respective MV stations with MV transformers and ring main units, or RMU, for a 146.4MWp project in Honduras. The company is also delivering a SCADA system for controlling and monitoring the solar plant and string monitoring junction boxes. The hardware delivery is supplemented by a service offering that includes training and commissioning and local support for the years to come. The project has been developed by Larach family and it is located close to the Pacific Ocean near the city of Nacaome in Honduras. This is the biggest photovoltaic (PV) project in Latin America, and it consists of two neighboring sites (Valle and Nacaome) that feed power to the grid through the same high voltage station. The grid connection for each site is rated at 50 megawatts alternating current. The deliveries start already in November supporting the rapid connection target to the distribution network in March 2015.

 

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