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We’ve built factories that produce 1.5 billion liters of beer every year, kept Brazil’s subways running smoothly and delivered the first 73.4 MW gearless steam turbine to help establish sugar-ethanol as a biofuel. Can you help us create what’s next?
Since 1867 Siemens has been constructing and modernizing Brazil’s infrastructure. Using digitalization, automation and electrification, we’re creating technologies that improve things like public transport, sports arenas and manufacturing.
With over 6,000 people, 12 factories, 7 Research & Development centers and 13 regional offices, we’re the largest integrated technology company in Brazil. We supply signaling technology for subway lines in Salvador, create equipment and systems for digital medical imaging and help power Energia+, the most advanced and complex smart-grid in Brazil yet. It’s a huge project responsible for 50% of the electricity generated in the country each day.
If you’re excited by being a part of major projects that helps our country continue to develop faster than ever before, let’s chat.
Looking for a new challenge in a field that matters? There are so many opportunities available – from making sustainable energy more economiocal to building intelligent infrastructure that change the cities we live in. The opportunities are endless – the choice is yours.
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We’re creating groundbreaking technologies from smart factories and smart grid concepts to flexible manufacturing systems that use lightweight robots and 3D printers. Find out how you can be a part of what’s to come.