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September 2013

Introducing ABB
ABB Group presentation
© ABB Group
January 29, 2016 | Slide 1

A global leader in power and automation technologies
Leading market positions in main businesses

© ABB Group
January 29, 2016 | Slide 2

145,000 employees in about 100
countries

$39 billion in revenue (2012)

Formed in 1988 merger of Swiss and
Swedish engineering companies

Predecessors founded in 1883 and 1891

Publicly owned company with head
office in Switzerland

Power and productivity for a better world ABB’s vision As one of the world’s leading engineering companies. we help our customers to use electrical power efficiently. © ABB Group January 29. to increase industrial productivity and to lower environmental impact in a sustainable way. 2016 | Slide 3 .

000 employees $8. 2016 | Slide 4 Electricals.4 billion 29.000 employees $7.000 employees $9.000 employees $6. automation.2 billion 27.000 employees (2012 revenues)  ABB’s portfolio covers:  © ABB Group January 29.How ABB is organized Five global divisions Power Products Power Systems Discrete Automation and Motion Low Voltage Products Process Automation $10. controls and instrumentation for power generation and industrial processes  Power transmission  Distribution solutions  Low-voltage products  Motors and drives  Intelligent building systems  Robots and robot systems  Services to improve customers productivity and reliability .6 billion 31.9 billion 20.7 billion 36.

Power and automation are all around us You will find ABB technology… orbiting the earth and working beneath it. in the fields that grow our crops and packing the food we eat. on the trains we ride and in the facilities that process our water. 2016 | Slide 5 . crossing oceans and on the sea bed. offices and factories © ABB Group January 29. in the plants that generate our power and in our homes.

and distribution losses.000 ABB power and automation solutions are:  Meeting rising demand for electricity  Increasing energy efficiency and reducing CO2 emissions  Improving productivity to raise competitiveness of businesses and utilities 2035 Electricity demand is calculated as the total gross electricity generated less own use in the production of electricity and transmission. .Tackling society’s challenges on path to low-carbon era Helping customers do more using less Rise in electricity demand by 2035 (under current policies) Source: IEA.615 30.500 10.483 20. World Energy Outlook 2012 Terawatt-hour (TWh) +92% 34.000 17.000 2010 12.

Improving capacity. reliability and efficiency in the grid A pioneer in smart technologies Challenge    © ABB Group January 29.400 MW of hydropower over 2. 2016 | Slide 7 China: deliver 6. 53 million) ABB solution  Transmission at ultrahigh voltage  Minimal losses with direct current solution  World’s largest installation enabling existing lines to carry more power  Also enables integration of renewable energy  Network management with real-time control  Key building block for smart grid .000 km US: Increase capacity and reliability for Texas utility India: Improve reliability in grid serving state of Karnataka (pop.

Renewable energy Key growth driver for both power and automation  Project examples © ABB Group January 29. 2016 | Slide 8 Generation and transmission solutions for:  Hydro  Wind  Solar  Wave ABB scope  Xiangjiaba-Shanghai (China)  Grid connection  Wind Capital (US)  Transformers  Totana solar (Spain)  Turnkey execution  Pelamis wave energy (Portugal)  Customized generators .

000 tons/year  ABB provided key control systems:  For boiler. Sweden:  © ABB Group January 29. collecting and analyzing data on pressure. 2016 | Slide 9 No. world’s biggest paper maker  Skoghall mill. 1 maker of board for drink cartons  Two-year revamp boosted productivity and cut CO2 by 170. temperature. from thousands of instruments  For total control over power supply with real-time data .Boosting productivity and energy efficiency Example: Stora Enso. etc. flow.

secure and efficient.Leading power system’s biggest-ever transformation Smarter. greener grid for more efficiency and reliability  © ABB Group January 29. 2016 | Slide 10 Merging power and automation technologies makes electricity network more reliable. flexible. Smart grid benefits include:  Lower power consumption  Greater use of renewable energy  ABB’s broad offering in both power and automation technologies positions it uniquely to support this evolution  Transformation of grid to take place over several decades .

2016 | Slide 11 Largest SCADA network Largest reverseosmosis desalination plant Power and automation Substation in world’s of largest chemical tallest building cellulose plant .Ground-breaking and nation-building projects Pushing the boundaries of technology First commercial wave power plant Mine hoist for largest potash mine Longest underwater power link First platform connected to mainland grid Most remote offshore wind farm linked to grid Europe’s largest thermal solar power plant Largest battery Longest and highest capacity power link Largest SVC installation Longest conveyor belt Automation of largest alumina plant Longest underground power link Largest gearless mill drive (for crushing ore) First 600 kV power link © ABB Group January 29.

Shaping the world we know today through innovation Pioneering technology since 1883 Founding fathers Steam turbine 1900 Industrial robot Turbochargers 1920 Gas-insulated switchgear Electrical drive system for locomotives Gas turbine 1930 1940 Gearless motor drives HVDC 1950 1960 1970 1980 Variable-speed motor drives 1990 © ABB Group January 29. 2016 | Slide 12 Extended control systems Electric propulsion systems 2000 Ultrahigh voltage .

Innovation is key to ABB’s competitive advantage Leadership built on consistent R&D investment    More than $1. Tsinghua (China).000 scientists and engineers Collaboration with 70 universities  © ABB Group January 29. KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden). AGH University of Science and Technology (Poland) .4 billion invested annually in R&D 8. 2016 | Slide 13 MIT (US). Indian Institute of Technology (New Delhi). ETH (Switzerland). Karlsruhe (Germany).

reliability and flexibility • Improving industrial resource efficiency and asset productivity • Optimizing flexibility and reliability . 2016 | Slide 14 R&D programs focus on incremental and breakthrough developments to address challenges including:  Integrating renewable power sources into the grid  Enhancing power network efficiency.Fashioning the world we will live in tomorrow Tackling challenges with customers and partners  © ABB Group January 29.

hazardous substances  © ABB Group January 29.Developing sustainability of products and operations Lowering environmental impact and costs Sustainability in product development  Focus on resource and energy efficiency of equipment over life cycle  Independently verified Environmental Product Declarations for main products Sustainability in ABB’s operations  Cuts targeted in use of energy. raw materials. China: 63% cut in energy use per unit of revenue between 2002 and 2010 . 2016 | Slide 15 eg.

business ethics  A Group-wide staff development program aims to bring a culture of leadership to every level of the organization . 2016 | Slide 16  ABB is one of the world’s most global companies  A culture of openness. flexibility and inclusiveness helps to attract top performers  ABB strives for excellence in personal development. operational execution.People make the difference The best want to work in a first-class environment © ABB Group January 29. health and safety.

Committed to the highest standards of business ethics Integrity as bedrock of ABB’s global culture “At ABB performance is measured not only by the results achieved. This is why our stakeholders can rely on the fact that our services. but also how these results were achieved. 2016 | Slide 17  Code of Conduct defines relationships with all stakeholders  Employees acknowledge Code of Conduct and take compulsory training courses  Zero tolerance toward violations  Several reporting options in place for employees to report suspected violations. each report thoroughly investigated . operations and daily business are based on ethical behavior.” CEO Ulrich Spiesshofer in ABB’s Code of Conduct © ABB Group January 29.

China. Newron Systems.. Germany.A successful business and a reliable partner Strong financial position is competitive advantage Revenue (US$ million) by quarter and annual operational EBITDA margin 13-19% operational EBITDA margin corridor targeted for period 2011-2015 Q4 Q3 Q2 Q1 © ABB Group January 29. USA. Dynamotive.E. Czech Indonesia. 2016 | Slide 18 Main investments 2012/13 Main acquisitions and investments Plant expansion New plant Switzerland Brazil Sweden. Bob White Electrix / L. RGM. Thomas & Betts. Italy. Tropos. Bulgaria 2012 Newave. Arabia. India. India. Vietnam New Zealand. Jarvis 2013 APS Technology Group. Power One . Poland. Saudi Rep.

Well-balanced business and geographic portfolio Capturing growth opportunities. 2016 | Slide 19 Share of employees % of total orders 2012 Power products Middle East and Africa 2012 Europe Emerging 44% markets America s Mature markets Power systems Asi a 56% . wherever they arise Orders by division Orders by region % of total orders 2012 (non-consolidated) Process automation Low voltage products Discrete automation and motion © ABB Group January 29.

Innovation. passion and diversity are hallmarks of ABB “As a global leader in power and automation technologies. helping its customers increase the productivity of their industrial and infrastructure operations. cleaner and more efficient energy and automation solutions. 2016 | Slide 20 . ABB is continuously pioneering reliable.” CEO Ulrich Spiesshofer © ABB Group January 29.

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