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Transavia Airlines Orders CTT's Zonal Drying System for 20 B737-700/800 Aircrafts
NYKOPING, Sweden, Feb. 13, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- CTT Systems (Stockholm:CTT) announced that Transavia Airlines has ordered its Zonal Drying(TM) System for four (4) B737-700 and sixteen (16) B737-800 aircrafts. This is the first retrofit order for the system that is now designed to meet Boeing's requirements for a future installation during the manufacturing process. Boeing earlier announced the future availability of such Customer Option on the aircraft where the system will be installed as Buyer Furnished Equipment. Delivery is planned for the spring of 2003. The Zonal Drying System eliminates condensation of water from the air in the cabin on the aircraft structure. This will reduce the maintenance cost during the periodic hangar inspections. The Zonal Drying (TM)System is presently operated in approximately 100 aircraft.
D. Carnegie & Co AB -- New Board Members to be Proposed to the AGM
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Feb. 13, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Ms. Fields Wicker-Miurin will be proposed as non-executive Board member of D. Carnegie & Co AB to the Annual General Meeting on March 13, 2003. Ms. Karin Forseke, to be appointed as CEO after the AGM, will be proposed as executive member of the Board.
Autoliv Declares Dividend
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Feb. 13, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Autoliv Inc. (NYSE:ALV) (Stockholm:ALIV), the worldwide leader in automotive safety, has declared the next quarterly dividend to shareholders which will amount to US$ .13 per share of common stock and be payable on Thursday, June 5, 2003, to the Autoliv stockholders of record of the close of business, Tuesday, May 6, 2003.
Telenor: Preliminary Result for 2002
FORNEBU, Norway, Feb. 13, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Telenor's (Nasdaq:TELN) revenues for 2002 amounted to NOK 48,826 million, which is an increase of NOK 2,786 million from 2001. The result before taxes in 2002 was a loss of NOK 5 billion, mainly due to costs related to write-downs and staff reductions, totaling NOK 7.6 billion.