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Milestones of business development



Siemens Brothers constructs a time ball for calibrating the nautical clock station in Port Lyttleton, Christchurch



The Waihi Gold Mining Co. orders a total of six three phase generators from Siemens Brothers



Gollin & Co., Pty Ltd. becomes the agent for Siemens-Schuckertwerke (SSW) and Siemens & Halske (S&H) in Wellington, Auckland, Christchurch and Dunedin



New Zealand Electrical Equipment Ltd. becomes the agent for SSW in Auckland



Electronic Navigation Ltd. becomes the agent for S&H in Auckland



Siemens supplies three three-phase synchronous generators for the Manapouri hydroelectric power plant



Opening of a Siemens Liaison Office in Wellington



Siemens Ltd., Auckland, is founded, which is a sub-office of Siemens Melbourne but a separate legal entity


Siemens KWU receives a major order to build the Otahuhu combined cycle power plant



Siemens wins a bid to extend the national broad band network



By founding Siemens Energy Services (SES) Siemens takes over the complete maintenance of the power grid on the Northern Island of New Zealand



Siemens becomes the number one supplier of computed tomography equipment in New Zealand



Meridian Energy Ltd., New Zealand’s biggest power utility, orders 62 Siemens wind turbines for the West Wind Project near Wellington (completed in 2009)



Siemens receives an order from Wellington-based Transpower New Zealand Limited, to modernize and increase the capacity of the existing HVDC-link between the country’s North and South Island



After the West Wind and Te Uku (2010) wind projects, Siemens wins order to supply and erect wind turbines for Mill Creek wind farm, north of Wellington