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Recognized around the world for innovation and excellence, Siemens is an integral part of the Nigerian community, providing its products and services to the country and its people.
In fiscal 2016, which ended on September 30, 2016, Siemens generated revenue 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 in Nigeria
Siemens has been active in Nigeria since the 1950s, and established its first Representative Office in the country in 1970. Today, more than 140 employees operate from Lagos, Port Harcourt, Abuja as well as project sites around the country.
The company’s portfolio is well adapted for modernization, construction and financing of Nigeria’s critical infrastructure, particularly in areas such as automation, energy management, manufacturing and a lot more.
In addition to major power plants in Nigeria, Siemens has supplied and installed more than 100 small gas turbines and compressors in onshore and offshore oil and gas facilities. In partnerships with local Nigerian companies – such as GIL Automations Limited, Mikano International Limited, and Martsie Limited – Siemens has delivered projects ranging from low-voltage distribution systems to traffic lighting and control systems, and the supply and servicing of building technology solutions.
Furthermore, local subcontractors were trained and certified by Siemens for efficient and professional delivery of power distribution services to local customers. And the Siemens Power Academy in Lagos delivered a variety of power training courses to customers in banking, manufacturing, construction and many other sectors.
Siemens Nigeria has developed into a strong and highly respected company. Good corporate citizenship is intrinsic to the company’s business activities. Siemens is fully committed to a business strategy that generates profits while contributing to the well-being of the societies it serves. Siemens’ goal is to ensure that Nigeria continues to maintain a strong position in Africa’s dynamic, knowledge-based economy.
Corporate Communications Siemens Limited
100 Ajose Adeogun Street
Lagos 101241, Nigeria
Tel.: +234 1 4480 148
Fax: +234 1 4480 201
Mobile: +234 812 7169809
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 as well as wind as separately managed businesses.