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AFRY achieves global top rankings in the Industrial Processes and Power sectors according to ENR

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2019 11 25 090513The Engineering News-Record (ENR) has presented the 2021 rankings for international top design firms in ENR Global Sourcebook. AFRY is ranked as #1 in the Pulp & Paper industry and #1 in the Power cogeneration sector, and has leading positions in several other sectors.

The ENR Global Sourcebook for 2021 is ranking companies based on an annual revenue of international businesses. A breakdown of sector rankings for AFRY in Industrial Processes and Power can be seen below:

Industrial Processes sector: AFRY #5

  • Pulp & Paper: AFRY #1
  • Food & Beverages: AFRY #2
  • Chemicals (non-petroleum): AFRY #3
  • Mining: AFRY #7
  • Steel and non-ferrous metals: AFRY #9

Power sector: AFRY #6

  • Cogeneration: AFRY #1
  • Operations & Maintenance: AFRY #3
  • Hydro: AFRY: #4
  • Transmission & Distribution: AFRY #5
  • Nuclear: AFRY #7

“These results showcase AFRY’s global market position as a key player in our core sectors. We are committed to support our clients in accelerating the transition towards a more sustainable society” says Jonas Gustavsson, President and CEO at AFRY.

Link to ENR global sourcebook 2021:

About ENR:
Widely considered the industry benchmark, the annual ENR global sourcebook and top lists ranks international engineering and construction companies, based on revenue for industry sector and specific services performed in the previous year. ENR is an industry publication which focuses on providing news, data and analysis for industry professionals. The ENR outlet is well recognised throughout the construction and design industries. 

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