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With a focus on electrification, automation and digitalization, Siemens India stands for engineering excellence, innovation, and reliability. As one of the world’s biggest producers of energy-efficient, resource-saving technologies, Siemens is a pioneer in infrastructure and energy solutions, as well as automation and software for industry. The company is also a leader in medical imaging equipment, laboratory diagnostics, and clinical IT. Siemens also provides business-to-business financial solutions, rail automation and wind power solutions.
In fiscal 2016, which ended on September 30, 2016, Siemens generated revenues of €79.6 billion and net income of €5.6 billion. At the end of September 2016, the company had around 351,000 employees worldwide. Siemens India had more than 16,000 employees (including all group companies of Siemens in India) and revenues of Rs.108,089 million.
Siemens' long-term commitment in India began in 1867, when Werner von Siemens personally supervised the setting up of the first telegraph line between London and Calcutta. Today, Siemens has 22 factories located across the country, eight Centres of Competence, 11 R&D centres and a nationwide sales and service network.
Siemens India manufactures steam turbines, turbo compressors, high-voltage switchgear (circuit breakers, disconnectors and gas-insulated switchgear), switchboards, remote monitoring systems (RMS), fire detectors and suppression systems, motors and generators, relays and Smart Grid systems, transformers, and advanced medical imaging equipment. The factories replicate global, best-in-class manufacturing systems and practices. It also has a facility to overhaul and repair gas turbines, compressor blades and rotors.
Siemens India is a leader in technology solutions for intelligent (smart), sustainable cities, smart grid, building technologies, mobility and power distribution. Siemens is already involved in the Restructured Accelerated Power Development and Reforms Programme (R-APDRP) of the Government of India for installing Smart Grid solutions in multiple cities in India. Recently, Siemens India signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) to be the Lead Industry Partner in a consortium for the conceptualization and development of Smart Cities in India.
For over six decades, Siemens India has been the preferred technology solutions provider, conceptualizing and implementing various flagship projects in Mobility, Energy Management, Power and Gas, Smart Cities, Intelligent Infrastructure, Industrial Applications, Healthcare and Smart Financing. Siemens India is also strengthening its digitalization portfolio and working on select applications in the country.
Siemens India develops skills with Corporate Citizenship initiatives like ITI upgradation, faculty development, Technical Skills Development Centre and Scholarship Programs for meritorious Engineering students. The company has signed Memorandums of Understanding with the Government of Gujarat and Steel Authority of India, and works with industry bodies, such as Automation Industry Association, Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers Association and CII, to impart technical education. Siemens also has initiatives for sustainable and integrated community development in rural areas.
Siemens has been a strong partner to India – from setting up the Indo-European telegraph line in 1867 to spearheading the Smart Cities project in 2015 and beyond.
Siemens India stories
With our products and solutions we enable our customers to set industry benchmarks. Theses are their success stories.
Electrification, automation and digitalization are the long-term growth fields of Siemens. In order to take full advantage of the market potential in these fields, our businesses are bundled into eight divisions, and healthcare and Siemens Wind Power as separately managed businesses.