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Siemens offers a wide range of solutions and services in Indonesia, where its Energy, Healthcare, Industry, and Infrastructure & Cities Sectors occupy leading positions. In fiscal 2013, Siemens in Indonesia scored major successes in all four Sectors:
Siemens received an order for two SST-900 industrial steam turbine units from PT Cikarang Listrindo, the biggest independent power producer (IPP) in Indonesia. The turbines, with a power output of 145 MW each, are to be installed at Babelan in the greater Jakarta area of Bekasi and will add to the more than 1,000 MW of installed power capacity for industrial consumers. In order to improve power reliability on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia’s state
power utility Perusahaan Listrik Negara, PT PLN (Persero) partnered with Siemens to build 275-kV main substations in Padang Sidempuan and Payakumbuh. The order was based on turnkey delivery and the main substations will connect Sumatra’s power backbone from north to west. Siemens also received an order from a state-owned housing company PT Pembangunan Perumahan to supply PT Pelayanan Listrik Nasional Batam with two SGT-800 industrial gas turbine generators and one steam turbine SST-400 unit. A consortium consisting of PT Inti Karya Persada Tehnik and PT Adhi Karya (Persero) Tbk. awarded a contract to Siemens to deliver a Zimpro wet air oxidation system. The technology will be part of PT Pertamina EP’s new Gundih gas processing plant in Blora, Indonesia’s Central Java province. PT Pertamina EP belongs to the upstream subsidiary of stateowned energy firm PT Pertamina (Persero).
Siemens Remote Service (SRS), a remote diagnostics system for maximum system availability, higher productivity and lower total cost of ownership has been installed in more than 100 equipments in several hospitals nationwide, including Siolam hospitals, Ramsey International hospital and Army hospital Gatot Subroto.
In the area of cement solutions, Siemens clinched an order to upgrade the cement plants of PT Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa, a publicly listed cement producer. A major part of the project is the migration of the previous process control system of a competitor to Cemat, the Simatic PCS 7-based process control system. The scope of work includes software engineering, installing
input/output modules, control and engineering stations, programmable logic controller (PLC) programming, signal tests, and commissioning.
2013 marked the 13th year of cooperation between Siemens and the state-owned electronic components maker, PT LEN Industri. More than 720 units of Axle Counting Systems and 800 units of Point Machines from Siemens have been installed at the Java and Sumatra railway lines by the local distributor for railway signaling products and components.
Siemens’ activities in Indonesia date back to 1855, when the company installed the first ten telegraph systems for the Dutch Ministry of Colonial Affairs. The company opened its first office in Surabaya, East Java, in 1909. Siemens has been a key partner in Indonesia’s development from the very beginning, taking part in the electrification of Java and providing systems to illuminate the Sultan’s palace in Jogjakarta. Today, the company continues to be a major investor and a key player in Indonesia’s engineering and electronics, biomedical, and process industries.