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Date: 2022/04/12

Apator Metrix concluded a contract with Landis+Gyr

Apator Metrix has entered into a contract with Landis+Gyr for the supply of smart gas meters as part of a roll-out of smart meters in Belgium. This is the largest implementation of a comprehensive multi-energy solution in Europe.

The tender launched by the Belgian distribution network operators (Fluvius, ORES, RESA and Sibelga) and won by Landis+Gyr (Belgium) was for an end-to-end Data-as-a-Service (DaaS ) solution consisting of a central master system and smart meters. 

This project is the largest current implementation of a comprehensive multi-energy solution in Europe. The iSMART2 gas meters, the subject of the contract, are a new generation of smart gas meters, designed by Polish engineers and manufactured in the Tczew-based plant of Apator Metrix with the application of advanced automation and robotisation of production processes. The iSMART2 combines a new generation electronic counter with a reliable bellows gas meter, providing extensive functionality including remote encrypted two-way communication, integrated gas shut-off valve, graphical user interface and remote software update option. 

Apator Metrix SA is one of the largest manufacturers and suppliers of high-class gas meters in Poland and Europe. Together with its subsidiaries it is one of the three business pillars of Apator Group – the Gas segment. For years, the company has maintained a high position on export markets, generating over 70% of its revenue from exports and delivering its solutions to the UK, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany, among others. The company's output includes nearly 22 million domestic gas meters and 340,000 industrial gas meters operated in many regions of the world. Apator Metrix employs about 500 qualified workers and in its modern, automated production plant it manufactures about 2 million gas meters annually. The company's offer includes domestic and industrial bellows gas meters, both smart, with remote reading and traditional, mechanical ones.

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