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Siemens and Halske (S&H) receives its first order from the Dutch Colonial Ministry in ‘s-Gravenhage for the construction of a telegraph line in the Dutch East Indies.
The first S&H agency for the Dutch East Indies begins operating under the name Commanditaire Vennootschap Wisse, Piccaluga & Co., s’-Gravenhage.
S&H installs a lighting system in the Sultan of Djokjakarta’s palace on the island of Java.
The Dutch East Indies are served by the S&H Technical Office in 's-Gravenhage
The first own agency in Surabaya as branch office of SSW is established
SSW receives an order from Billiton Maatschappij to construct a power station. The company builds a hydroelectric power station for the Salida gold mine.
A new branch office is opened in Bandoeng.
S&H and SSW transfer their agency for the Dutch Indies to Nederlandsche Siemens Maatschappij N.V., based in The Hague.
S&H and SSW authorize the Danish Indonesian Trading Association Ltd. – based in Copenhagen – to represent their interests. S&H receives orders to supply private branch exchanges and teleprinters.
The Siemens Indonesia Office (SIO) is set up in Jakarta.
The state-run Tri Bhakti trade company becomes S&H’s official agent for business with the government and public authorities.
The Siemens Indonesia Office is converted to a Regional Company.
The Indonesian Postal Administration awards Siemens the largest single order for teleprinter technology the company has ever received.
Siemens builds a 400-MW power station in Kota Baja.
A machine factory is opened in Cilegon.
Siemens is awarded a contract to construct a combined-cycle power plant in Surbaya, East Indonesia.
The country’s biggest fixed-line network operator, P.T. Indosat Tbk, of Jakarta, contracts Siemens to build a new national fixed-line telephone network
Siemens wins major contracts for natural gas liquefaction plants in Indonesia
P.T. Nusantara Turbin dan Propulsi (NTP) and Siemens set up joint venture for manufacturing industrial steam turbines in Bandung, West Java
The Ammonium nitrate plant of PT Kaltim Nitrate in Bontang, Indonesia, for which Siemens supplied the distributed control system, goes into operation
Siemens receives order for two industrial steam turbine units from PT Cikarang Listrindo, the biggest independent power producer (IPP) in Indonesia. The turbines are to be installed at Babelan in the greater Jarkarta area
Indonesia, S&H offices in Bandoeng, 1926